Destiny 2 Trials of the Nine Event Delayed for Two Weeks

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As you'd expect, the decision has divided the Destiny 2 community, with players feeling like using any exploits or glitches should disqualify a team from world first status.

This week, Bungie introduced the new Prestige modifier for Raids in Destiny 2, extending the life and excitement of the extremely hard team undertaking.

The PC version of Destiny is considerably different than consoles, players have access to 4K resolution, an uncapped framerate, higher quality textures, 21:9 widescreen support, the ability to rebind keys freely and much more.

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Details of what Raid Challenges will actually entail have not yet been made clear, and it seems like part of the difficulty will be working out each week's task. Additionally, the Guided games system will be live right away. The second week, we'll be getting the Leviathan Raid on November 1, followed by the start of Trials of the Nine on Friday, November 3. The developer has since responded saying that they can't detect coil glitching, but they plan on releasing the top three finishers for the raid and "you can make your own decision as to who should be celebrated". Bungie has also announced that there will be new, optional challenges unlocked every week. Specifically, the post mentioned the timeline of upcoming activities over the next few weeks as well as known issues ahead of the game's release.

In the same vein, Bungie will be speaking about more of Destiny 2's future this weekend at TwitchCon in Long Beach, California.

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