Destiny’s Community Manager DeeJ revealed that PvP players might be getting something priceless when it returns
The post that was written on the official site of Bungie details the return of Trials of Osiris alongside some other updates and, the very interesting part of ToO is that, it will offer Guardians a much better loot pool this time around. Destiny Senior Designer Derek Carroll had this to say on what players can look forward to:
“For those who can go the distance, we’ll be dropping endgame gear that will rival the Light of those Guardians who have been defeating Oryx in King’s Fall Hard Mode.”
Probablym this is a total game changer to Destiny. Many Guardians thought that the game is more towards PVE as you'll only acquire great loot when raiding but, with this feature added on ToO, then I am pretty sure that lots of PVP fans will be coming back to the game. IMO, this balances Destiny‘s PvE and PvP communities so that both of them can hunt the greatest loot available in the game.
Players can likely expect the new PvP rewards to be between 310 and 320 Light, much like the Hard Mode raid. However, more changes to the way Trials of Osiris works have made it unclear as to whether or not different levels of success will be what determines the quality of gear that drops.
According to the Update, winning teams in Trials of Osiris will now receive their gear rewards directly at end-of-match completion, while players that go undefeated during their Trials will continue to be invited to the Lighthouse. However, Bungie is changing the way matchmaking works in Trials, which will now mean teams making deep runs towards the Lighthouse will be more likely to be paired against each other. Because of this, going a perfect 9-0 in Trials of Osiris will be a lot more meaningful – perhaps enough to justify the higher-end gear being Lighthouse-exclusive drops.
In addition, Bungie has made sure that Destiny has no shortage of things to do for its players. On top of the PvP changes, Bungie is also in the midst of a Halloween-themed celebration at Destiny‘s famed Tower, adding a bit of seasonal flair to the developer’s often grim sci-fi world. Not to mention that they will be adding a new challenge mode to the King's Fall soon.