Destiny 2 Trials Of Osiris Rewards This Week (Feb. 12-16)

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Destiny 2‘s Trials of Osiris is back with the Season of the Chosen, and as always, the rewards and Crucible map for the event change each week. Check out the rundown below to see what you’ll be facing and what you can win this weekend.

Trials sees some changes this season. Bungie has added new armor, weapons, and cosmetic items to the loot pool for the event, giving you all new incentives to dive in and take on the toughest competitive multiplayer challenge in the game. Trials ends on February 16 with Destiny 2’s weekly reset, so you have a few days to take part in the event.

Trials of Osiris Map And Rewards (February 12-16)

  • Map: Altar of Flame
  • 3 wins — The Messenger, Kinetic pulse rifle
  • 5 wins — Tomorrow’s Answer, Void rocket launcher
  • 7 wins — Exiles Curse, Arc fusion rifle
  • Flawless run — Hunter, Warlock, or Titan Chest Armor: Pyrrhic Ascent Vest, Vestment, or Plate

The Trials of Osiris is a weekend competitive event that only shows up in Destiny 2, running from Friday to Tuesday each week. Your goal in Trials is to rack up several victories before you suffer three losses and have to reset your run. The best rewards in the event, though, come when you go on a winning streak of seven matches in a row–a “Flawless” run. That gets you a trip to the Lighthouse, a special social space only accessible to players who go Flawless, and earns you exclusive rewards and recognition. In the Beyond Light expansion, opening the Flawless chest can earn you an “Adept” item, which comes with extra stat boosts unavailable on any other loot in the game, as well as powerful Adept mods that are likewise unavailable anywhere else.

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