Destiny 2 Trials of Osiris Revamp, New BattleEye Anti-cheat And Much More
Destiny 2 Trials of Osiris Revamp, New BattleEye Anti-cheat, And Much More.
Last Friday, we saw Destiny 2 Trials of Osiris Gamemode return, but this time with several overhauls that the devs at Bungie recently discussed. This comprises a revamp for the rewards you get, the brand new Trials reputation feature and Trials Engrams, and some ruleset adjustments. It also adds a brand new fusion rifle. The Embed above leads to the patch notes themselves.
The newsletter then discusses the smooth launch of the BattleEye anti-cheat software, which initially appeared with the Season of the Lost release. While specific estimates aren’t shown in the post, it does validate that BattleEye has accommodated the devs in finding a ton of cheaters. In addition, things are improving well enough that the team can start doing automatic bans for particular kinds of cheating.
Lastly, the game’s weekly newsletter is a testimonial to Destiny 2’s seventh anniversary, an occasion that was expounded upon in a rather personal dev blog. The post goes back to the first moments from when the game was unveiled, then through its various updates heading up to the upcoming Witch Queen DLC, raised with multiple pieces of concept art and update flavor text the team built along the games lifetime.