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Bungie have announced that they’re bringing back the Trials of Osiris PvP activity in Destiny 2. You’ll be able to play it starting on Friday, March 13th. Three maps from the original Trials are making a return (Cauldron, Exodus Blue, and Anomaly), as well as all the cool gear that you can earn for playing it.

Destiny 2 Trials of Osiris PvP Activity Returning in March

Way back when, in May of 2015, the Trials of Osiris first came out in the first Destiny in the House of Wolves update. It was a high-stakes 3v3 PvP activity, and people loved it. So, it only makes sense that Bungie would bring it back in Destiny 2. In fact, I remember people hoping that the activity would make a return in Curse of Osiris. Well, it didn’t happen then, but it is happening now. Almost five years after the first appearance, Trials of Osiris is coming to Destiny 2 on Friday, March 13th.

When the Trials of Osiris launch, you can expect to square off against other Guardians in three maps that you’ll recognize from Destiny 1. Yes, Cauldron, Exodus Blue, and Anomaly are making a grand comeback. However, don’t rely too

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So the Empyrean Foundation is finally here and we’re rebuilding it to, presumably, bring back the Trials of Osiris! We’re all very excited to do this, I’m sure (well… most of us), so how do we do it? More importantly, how do we do it quickly and efficiently? Below, I will lay out everything we know for you to consider as you begin rebuilding! So what is the event, and what do you have to do? Well, Bungie has asked the community to donate Fractaline in amounts shown below: To begin donating and investing Fractaline, you must have completed Saint-14’s

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Bungie have released the details of this year’s Crimson Days event in Destiny 2? You’ll be able to celebrate Valentine’s Day all through the second week of February, playing Crimson Bond matches in the Crucible and / or completing bounties for Shaxx as a two-person fireteam. You’ll earn special candy hearts that you can then exchange for special items, such as new sparrows and more.

Destiny 2 Crimson Days Event 2020 Details Revealed

What would Valentine’s Day be for Guardians worldwide without the annual Crimson Days event? Of course that you’ll be able to enjoy the in-game festivities with your favorite Destiny 2 partner. The event will take place between February 11th and February 18th. While the event lasts, you’ll be able to complete Crimson Bond matches in the Crucible together, as well as bounties that Shaxx will give you to do in PvE areas. And, of course, you’re gonna earn special Confectionary Hearts that you can exchange for Crimson Days-themed stuff.

Here’s how things are gonna go down. The Crimson Bond matches are 2v2 fights in which you get higher ability regeneration as long as you stick near your partner. If you stray away, the enemies can see everything

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Bungie have released a new, regular update for Destiny 2. Unfortunately, the update has also erased people’s resources. These include Glimmer, Ascendant Shards, Prisms, and even lore in some situations. It reduces the amount of Glimmer to 0, and shards and prisms to just 1 in a lot of cases. Bungie has acknowledged the problem, and they’re working to fix it. Hopefully, they solve the situation soon.

Destiny 2 New Update Deleting Glimmer, Ascendant Shards, Prisms

The new update for Destiny 2, has brought in a lot of fixes to the game, as well as new activities and other stuff. It’s pretty much a standard package deal that Guardians the world over have come to expect. As an added, secret bonus, the update has also been deleting people’s resources. Specifically, it seems to be targeting Glimmer, Ascendant Shards, Prisms, and even lore from the Pigeon and The Phoenix book. It’s a huge disaster, and, needless to say, the Destiny subreddit is completely buried in irate people voicing their completely understandable frustration.

Now, the good news is that Bungie is, naturally, now well-aware of the situation. The backlash has prompted the Bungie Help Twitter account to respond, saying: “We’re currently investigating

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Memento is a new quest in Destiny 2. It’s an exotic quest, and when you complete it, you’ll get Bastion, an exotic kinetic fusion rifle, the first of its kind. The quest itself is relatively convoluted, but the worst part is that the game doesn’t explain where to go in order to start. If you don’t want to run around talking to every single one of the NPCs, this guide will show you how to start Memento – Bastion exotic quest in Destiny 2.

How to Start Memento – Bastion Exotic Quest in Destiny 2

Where to start Memento exotic quest?

Once you’ve downloaded the update, head on over to the Tower. When you arrive, go to the hangar. You’ll need to talk to Saint-14, the exo Titan with the purple stripe across his face. He’ll offer you the Memento exotic quest. That’s it.

The first task he’ll give you involves killing a handful of Fallen captains and servitors on the Tangled Shore. That shouldn’t be a problem – once you’re done, you’ll have to talk to Spider. You’ll then be sent off to complete specific lost sector and kill a special new baddie inside. The next step

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