Destiny 2: Beyond Light Season of the Hunt will go live next Tuesday, November 17. Bungie has released a teaser trailer that shares a glimpse of what guardians will have to face and endure next-
Check the trailer down below:
Entire planets have vanished. In the chaos that follows, Xivu Arath, the Hive God of War boldly moves to seize power. If left unchecked, she threatens a solar system already in turmoil. While investigating the growing threat, Osiris finds himself in need of help.
Fortunately, a new – and yet familiar – ally known as the Crow joins you in the rescue… Hive shrines are appearing throughout the system. The Spider has felt the effect of this disturbance and wants to strike a bargain. Work with him and the Crow to build a device that will draw Xivu Arath’s lieutenants out of hiding. Once constructed, upgrade your Lure, snare your prey, and challenge the Hive god.
Bungie also announced today the sudden cancelation of Trials of Osiris during this weekend. The official Twitter account of Bungie confirms that “due to a recently discovered issue, Trials of Osiris will not be available until the weekend of November 27, 2020.
Senior community manager of the game confirmed that the bug would have a “negative impact on the competitive experience” It’s being debated by players if the reason behind the delay of the competitive event is due to the new Winter’s Warth Super glitch that practically allows Warlocks to use the power indefinitely.
It’s also important to mention that Bungie did not change the Trials of Osiris armor this season, but added Adept weapons. The slightly improved version of the normal Trials weapons features a special mod slot where players can increase the stats of the weapon, but they won’t come easy, they are only available through a Flawless ticket.
Destiny 2 Beyond Light is now available on PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, and PS5. The expansion added story missions, patrol zones, abilities, gear, and activities, PVP will also introduce Adept Weapons and Mods to loot.