Destiny 2 Trials of Osiris Freelance – How Does It Work?

destiny 2 trials of osiris freelance

With Destiny 2‘s latest season in full swing, Bungie has, in their latest post, released a few details on the Destiny 2 Trials of Osiris Freelance, a special game mode that’s sure to entice players who mostly play solo. Head on down below for the full details on Trials of Osiris Freelance.

Destiny 2 Trials of Osiris Freelance

For those that don’t know, Freelance is a matchmaking node specifically for solo players; no premade fireteams may enter. While players continue to earn Trials reputation and even go for a Flawless run, this is a separate node that will be located directly above Trials of Osiris in the Director.

Through this Freelance Labs weekend, Trials reputation will be doubled. If you’re rounding out your Trials specific armor collection or aiming for a good roll on any of the weapons that Trials has to offer, this is a great weekend to jam out some rep! Now remember, once you’ve completed a full card, even if you’ve lost a game or two, your post-game rewards are increased! Enhancement Prisms, Ascendant Shards, and Trials Engrams all have the chance to drop. Whether you want to Focus your engrams and roll a specific reward or just roll the dice , this is the best way to earn Trials loot. Armor drops also have higher chances for better stat rolls!

This week also introduced a fresh set of Seasonal Challenges, including Trial by Firing Squad. To complete it, win 20 rounds over the course of the weekend and be rewarded with a Reed’s Regret Linear Fusion Rifle, XP, and Bright Dust ! Once you’ve gotten your hands on Reed’s Regret, this also unlocks the ability to focus Trials Engrams for more rolls at Saint-14.

What do you think? Are you going to try out this new Freelance node for Trials of Osiris? Let us know in the comments below! Don’t forget, our Xur and Trials of Osiris posts are hitting the site very soon!

Source: Bungie

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