After deactivation Fate 2Trials of the Osiris regime last weekend due to an exploit, Bungie announced Thursday in his weekly blog post that he has been keeping the regime offline indefinitely as he continues to investigate the issue.
Last week, the win-win trading method exploded, and Trials players around the world began making money on their way to Flawless. Here’s how it works: Players equip certain logos to show that they are playing to trade profits with the other team; the two Fireteam leaders roll virtual dice in the chat; and the winning team joins the match with the characters they want to win with, while the losing team withdraws from the match. Do this enough times and the Guardians, who only show up when their Fireteam leader wins the list, get a free trip to the Lighthouse.
This is an extremely complex and complex system; you can watch Destiny PvP YouTuber Aztecross to explain the problem in more detail in the video above. It is currently unclear how long it will take Bungie to resolve this issue. But as Aztecross points out, deactivating the game mode to keep the integrity of the Trials intact after a year of frantic scams seems a little silly at the moment.
In other news, Bungie encouraged players to try out the 12-game raid bug that is currently in progress. Fate 2, saying the studio is in no hurry to fix it. Bungie noted that since the activities in question are not intended for 12 players, things may get a little strange. The studio said it would correct the mistake before the return of Grandmaster Nightfalls on March 16, presumably to preserve the integrity of the awards that come from them, such as the title Conqueror.
Bungie also announced some community polls where players can choose between a new set of dinosaur-themed armor or a movie monster-themed armor.
Later this year, in Fate 2Stand-in for Halloween, Festival of the Lost, Bungie will sell a new set of armor for silver (real money currency) or Bright Dust (currency in the game used to buy cosmetics). Silver-or-Bright-Dust armor kits are quite common for holiday events at Destiny, but this year players can vote for whatever they want.
The first option is a set based on classic movie monsters. We have a Hunter dressed as Godzilla, a Wizard dressed as the Black Lagoon Being, and a Titan dressed as Cyclops.
The second set includes some dinosaurs looking for Guardians. There is the Hunter in the armor of their predators, the Wizard in theirs Triceratops armor, and the Titan in them T. rex armor. Based on the initial reaction on the Internet, it seems that the dinosaurs will win the vote in a definite situation.
Fans who want to vote – either to help the dinosaurs secure a victory or to restore balance by voting for the movie monster – can fill out the Bungie poll. These armor sets are likely to appear in the game between September and November this year.