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Bungie Announced Destiny Trials of Osiris Will No Longer Be Available For Legacy Consoles
Bungie has announced that with the release of Destiny Rise Of Iron, there are certain changes coming to Trials Of Osiris. However, the changes coming to Destiny Trials Of Osiris are not in the favor of the owners of Legacy Console, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
Bungie has announced that Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 players of Destiny can take part in Destiny Trials of Osiris Crucible event from August 26th to August 30th. This is the last time that Destiny Trials Of Osiris will be available for the Legacy consoles, as it will not appear in director of the Legacy consoles ever.
August 26th through August 30th, 2016 will be the final dates for Legacy Console players to take part in the Trials of Osiris Crucible event. After this weekend, Trials of Osiris will no longer appear within the Director.
Furthermore, after the weekend of September 2nd, Destiny Trails Of Osiris will be put on hold and will return on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on September 30. Owners of the Legacy Consoles who wish to play Destiny Trials Of Osiris will have to upgrade to current gen consoles.
Trials of Osiris will be going on hiatus after the weekend of September 2nd, 2016, returning to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles on September 30th, 2016 at 10:00 AM PDT.
The Trials of Osiris weekly Crucible event will no longer be available on Legacy Consoles after August 30, 2016.
To access Trials of Osiris after August 30, 2016, Legacy Console players will need to upgrade from their Legacy Console and purchase Destiny: Rise of Iron once it is released. The Taken King players on Current Gen Consoles will also need to purchase Destiny: Rise of Iron once it is released in order to continue accessing Trials of Osiris.
Bungie ha also announced that players are required to own Destiny The taken King to pre-order Rise Of Iron.
Destiny: Rise of Iron is now available for pre-order on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles. Players are required to own Destiny: The Taken King in order to pre-order this content.
Destiny: The Taken King is not bundled with the base Destiny game. If this expansion is purchased without owning Destiny, players may be prompted to download the Destiny Trial. Trial mode does not grant access to Destiny: The Taken King content, nor Destiny: Rise of Iron content when it is available
So What do you think of Bungie removing Destiny Trials Of Osiris for legacy consoles? Let us know in the comments.