Trials of Osiris, Destiny 2's premier PvP mode, was disabled last weekend following widespread reports of match-fixing.
"Due to an issue, Trials of Osiris has been disabled for the remainder of the weekend," Bungie explained via a tweet.
Destiny 2's Trials of Osiris Disabled Following Match-Fixing Issues
The "Hakke Emblem" method (also known as the Casino method) is a way of players essentially denoting that they're not fussed about playing a match of Trials – and are happy to roll the dice.
Players essentially come up against another team with the Hakke and roll a digital dice via Steam chat. The winner takes the win, and the loser, well, loses.
That's a pretty basic rundown, but you can see more info from Lunarated below:
Trials Report, a group of analysts, noted that almost half of the PC playerbase went flawless last weekend (seven wins).
"It turns out that of the 23,661 flawless PC players so far, 11,281 (48 per cent) have zero kills this week," the group tweeted. "16,300 (69 per cent, nice) have five or less."
While we don't know for certain if Trials of Osiris will back this week, it's clear there's an issue here.
Despite the mode's high-skill ceiling, many have denoted it for being unrewarding in a loot sense, and full of players throwing matches to achieve loot.