Last night Bungie posted their weekly update and it contained two huge bombshells.
The first was the announcement that due to a serious bug, Trails of Osiris will be delayed until further notice, as the team at Bungie try to resolve the issues. DeeJ explained that,
“A funny thing happened on the way to the Lighthouse. It turns out that there’s a particularity nasty bug that would undoubtedly conspire to create a less competitive return to form for Trials of Osiris. We’re going to be intentionally vague here, for what we hope are obvious reasons!
We’re going to disable that bug before we invite you to take your next run at a 9-0. We’re also working on a final fix for the bug itself as soon as possible. As soon as we have a solid commitment for Brother Vance, we’ll make a formal announcement on when Trial of Osiris will begin again. We hope that most of you recognize the impact a limitless Nightstalker would have on the competitive landscape.
Thanks for your patience.”
The second announcement was that the King’s Fall Raid would receive its Hard Mode on the 23rd of October, much earlier than originally planned. Is this due to Bungie postponing Trials? It would seem so.
“Originally, we’d planned to introduce King’s Fall Hard Mode on October 30th, but the Raid team is ready to go, and we’ve decided to launch a little bit early.” – DeeJ
The update also revealed that loot dropped in the Hard Mode will be between 310-320 and that the recommended light level is set at 300.
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