Our team will sign onto your account to complete the Trials Of Osiris Flawless Streak.
Here you can buy Destiny 2 (D2) Trials of Osiris Boost Service.
You will get Flawless run completed.
During the boost process, you will get some Rare and Legendary Gear.
Boost takes 2-4 hours (usually we start the boost on the same day of order or on next day depends on our queue).
We don’t use any programs or bots, only hand work.
The Trials of Osiris are a Crucible event presided over by the Disciples of Osiris. It is an endgame Crucible event first introduced by the House of Wolves expansion. It is available every weekend, from Friday to the weekly reset on Tuesday. It will return to Destiny 2 during Season of the Worthy.
Trials of Osiris is a PVP endgame for Destiny 2. It’s a highly competitive 3v3 Crucible mode where players fight in round based Elimination matches.
Matches are tracked by a score card that records your results. Once you have a fresh card, you’re free to play to your heart’s content. That is, until your run ends when you either get seven wins or three loses. You can enter as frequently as you like though there may be a cost to opening another card.
A big focus of Trials is going flawless, or attaining seven wins without a single loss. Though there are reports of a consumable boon which forgives a single loss, meaning you could go 6-1 and still go to the lighthouse — a place the game brings you when you go flawless.
Note: You must be at least Power Level 960 to access the gamemode. Power level rewards are enabled so the first few weeks may be rough.
The new version of Trials of Osiris comes with five unique Passages which can aid players in their climb to the Lighthouse. You can only equip one Passage at a time, but you can change your Passage at any time. However, equipping a new Passage will reset your progress, so you’ll really only want to buy one Passage per ticket. Passages cost 25,000 Glimmer and 15 Legendary Shards a pop, too, so you can’t exactly spam buy them.
The Passages are:
Further differences between the Trials and standard Skirmish include: the Trials take place on only one map each week; player level advantages are enabled as in the Iron Banner; fireteam matchmaking is disabled, requiring players to manually assemble a full fireteam of three. Lastly, players can play for a maximum of nine wins or three losses on a single passage, whichever comes first. Quitting or getting booted from the match also counts as a loss. Because this game mode tends to be extremely competitive,.