What is Trials of Osiris? In short, it’s Destiny’s elite top-tier PvP content and though Bungie has made steps to make it more inviting to new players in recent years, it’s still hard as nails under certain circumstances.
If you’ve played the game’s 3v3 Elimination PvPW mode, you’ll have a good idea of what to expect. The key difference with Bungie’s pinnacle PvP activity is that the stakes are so much higher.
Read on for the latest Trials of Osiris Rewards and Map Rotation.
Trials of Osiris Map This Week (September 30)
Update - The Trials of Osiris Map this week is Bannerfall.
The Trials of Osiris PVP mode normally goes live on Fridays following the daily reset at 5 PM GMT/10 AM PT/1 PM ET. We’ll update this section with the full details on which map is available for the weekend starting Friday, September 30 once it becomes available.
For those who want to know, the last time Trials of Osiris was active, the map was Javelin-4.
Trials of Osiris Rewards This Week (September 30)
Update - The Flawless reward this week is Adepte Aisha's Embrace Scout Rifle.
Previously players would earn rewards when they reached 3, 5, and 7 wins, with another reward offered to those who could go flawless. However, moving forward Bungie has changed it so that players will earn Trials Engrams when they level up their reputation with Saint-14.
You can view your potential rewards below for each rank you earn, but do note that the flawless reward will change every week and offer an adept weapon.
- Each Rank: x1 Trials Engram
- Rank 4: x2 Upgrade Module
- Rank 7: x3 Enhancement Prism
- Rank 10, no resets: Eye of Sol (sniper rifle)
- Rank 10, one reset: Shayura’s Wrath (submachine gun)
- Rank 13: x2 Upgrade Module
- Rank 16, no resets: Igneous Hammer (hand cannon)
- Rank 16, one reset: Reed’s Regret (linear fusion rifle)
- Flawless: The Adapt reward changes weekly.
The last Trials of Osiris Flawless reward was Whistler’s Whim (Adept) bow.
Players should also note that when you unlock a specific weapon reward, you can also re-roll for better weapon perks, but it will cost you a Trials engram to do so.
Trials of Osiris Weapon Loot Pool
The Trials of Osiris loot pool contains 16 weapons in total.
Here is a list of every Trials of Osiris Weapon:
|Aisha’s Embrace||Scout Rifle||Yes|
|Burden of Guilt||Fusion Rifle||Yes|
|Exile’s Curse||Fusion Rifle||Yes|
|Eye of Sol||Sniper Rifle||No|
|Igneous Hammer||Hand Cannon||Yes|
|Reed’s Regret||Linear Fusion Rifle||Yes|
|Shayura’s Wrath||Submachine Gun||No|
|The Messenger||Pulse Rifle||No|
|The Scholar||Scout Rifle||Yes|
|The Summoner||Auto Rifle||No|
|Tomorrow’s Answer||Rocket Launcher||No|
|Whistler’s Whim||Combat Bow||Yes|
Trials of Osiris Callout Maps
Trials of Osiris can be a brutal PvP experience so if you’re looking to get better, we might recommend using some callout maps to help familiarise yourself with certain maps. If that sounds of use to your fireteam, might we suggest taking a look at the callout maps created by graphic designer and Twitch streamer Relikt. You can grab a closer look on the gallery below:
Destiny 2 fan and graphic designer Relikt has created a series of excellent callout maps. We’ll add the current one here when Trials is back.
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