Destiny 2 Trials Map this Week

by | Jan 12, 2024

Trials of Osiris, Destiny 2’s infamous endgame PvP activity, is back for the weekend and features all the top-tier weapons and armor you expect. In this guide, we cover this week’s map, as well as all of its rewards.

Trials Map This Week: January 12, 2024

The featured Trials of Osiris map this week is The Anomaly.

Anomaly Callout Map Destiny 2

The Trials map this week is The Anomaly.

💠 Requirements: In an effort to combat cheating, ownership of the Lightfall DLC is required to play Trials of Osiris.

Trials of Osiris Maps: Rotation Schedule

These are the Trials maps active this season: Coming soon…

Trials Rewards

The Trials Adept weapon this week is the following:

ArtWeaponTypeElementAmmoRotationWeek #
Incisor art Destiny 2IncisorTrace RifleStrand Element StrandSpecial ammo Destiny 2 Special9 February 2024Week 11

On top of offering an Adept weapon each week, Trials also offers the following rank rewards:

Rank Reward
4 Upgrade Module (x2)
7 Enhancement Prism (x3)
10 Rotating weapon
13 Upgrade Module (x2)
16 Rotating weapon

But perhaps more importantly, you will also receive Trials of Osiris engrams every time you rank up. And if you decide not to focus them, and simply decrypt them, you will receive a Trials item you don’t already have in your collection.

Trials of Osiris weapons Destiny 2 featured wide

The Summoner, Destiny 2 Trials of Osiris rewards

Adept Trials weapons

Trials of Osiris Adept weapons, reserved for Flawless runs, offer better stats (via an improved Masterwork) and can accept Adept mods, which are superior to normal mods. Needless to say, Adept weapons are superior and a major flex for hardcore players.

About The Author

Ric Molina
Ric Molina
I've been covering gaming since 2012, and some of my work has been featured by large brands, including, Forbes, Rock Paper Shotgun, and more. I've been obsessed with Destiny 2 (and now Diablo 4) for years now, and I hope to provide new and returning players with the guides and resources I wish I had when I first started.
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