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Competition is always best when the teams are evenly stacked, right? Developer Bungie wants to make this mode a bit more accessible so that more people can get rewards, as for a while now, getting annihilated by the best players is all too common. Some of the suggested outcomes are folks throwing matches to give their buddies an easy reward to people dropping the mode entirely after attaining the flawless rank.
After playing trials of Osiris and entering the flawless pool in destiny 2 pic. Oh this is a yikes then… I was perfectly happy to match other people on a 7 win ticket while on a 7 win ticket, but this feels like overkill and a punishment for anyone who goes flawless. Obviously gotta see how it plays out, but I hope this is something open to change. Trials of Osiris — September, colorized pic. According to Twitter, this is how the Destiny community sees Trials of Osiris this week.
I think this one's gonna need to be hit with the old u-turn I'm afraid. All this does is discourage players who have gone flawless from playing again. Or try to manipulate the system by resetting on 6 wins and never actually go flawless. Carries become incredibly difficult again. Is the community now voicing that "carries" are the problem with them not going flawless now? Trials of Osiris interview Destiny2 pic. If you want to know why I've been so vocal about matchmaking and lobby balance in Destiny 2, you're seeing it now in Trials of Osiris. I've run out of colorful adjectives to explain how BAD solo matchmaking is in Trials.
I think we had a pretty good thing going last weekend. Tons of players played and went flawless. On both ends of the skill spectrum, it feels like players will drop now. If a player's never been flawless, does it, that player will definitely stop playing in the flawless pool. This game was postponed on …. Boosted odds still carry plenty of risk, but the rewards are much greater than they would be otherwise. A Florida angler has been granted a state record for his recent catch of a butterfly peacock bass weighing 9.
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'Destiny 2' players are unhappy about its new Trials of Osiris skill-based matchmaking