Finally, Destiny 2 game allows players to change the glow of your Trials Of Osiris Armor. Read ahead to know more.
About The Game Destiny 2
Destiny 2 is an online multiplayer video game. Furthermore, it is a first-person shooting game. It is developed by Bungie. Patrick O’ Kelly is the producer of the game. Furthermore, Jason Harris and Christine Thompson are the writers of Destiny 2 game.
It can be played on Playstation 4, Microsoft Windows, Xbox One. Destiny 2 is a science fiction game. Also, Stadia is the new platform on which Destiny 2 can be played. The game was launched on Stadia in November 2019.
What Is Trials Of Osiris
Trials Of Osiris is a PvP activity. It takes place every weekend in Destiny 2. Gamers engage in action-packed matches against each other. Moreover, it is extremely competitive. Players with Power Level 960 and above are eligible for the competition.
On winning, players get Pinnacle Gear, Powerful Gear, and Special Armor piece. Players get unlimited revives. Furthermore, the more you win, the more skilled opponents you will get. Also, the map keeps on rotating. You will need a group of three to participate in the game.
Winner will be decided based on results in the best of 5. Also, each match will be timed. Players get decent loot boxes by collecting tokens in the game.
How To Change The Glow Destiny 2
Players can give their armor a special red, yellow or white glow effect. You have to win seven continuous games to reach a tall order. As a result, you get the special yellow glow effect on your armor.
To keep the glow from fading away, players will have to win continuously. Otherwise, the glow will be lost. Furthermore, you need to equip yourself with Light Of The Emblem and help other Guardians reach Flawless in Trials. As a result, you will get a special white glow effect.
Players have to equip themselves with Flawless Empyrean emblem. Furthermore, you have to maintain the streaks of your win. As a result, you will get a special red glow effect. Winning is the key to retain any special glow effects.