Trials of the Nine flawless - How to achieve it.

Trials of the Nine flawless - How to achieve it.

Destiny 2

Trials of the Nine flawless - How to achieve it.

September 28 , 2017

WANT TO GO FLAWLESS IN THE TRIALS OF THE NINE?

Trials of the Nine is a weekly PvP challenge mode that can be found in the Crucible area, previously called Trials of Osiris (Destiny 1). It starts every Friday and ends on Monday. To get the best rewards the "Flawless card" and the rewards that come with it you need to go undefeated in 7 consecutive matches. To enter and attempt to go Flawless in the Trials you need to have a group of 4 Guardians. You will be matched against another team of 4 in a "plant and defend the bomb" mode. The Trials offer rewards for lower scores such as 7-1 / 7-2 / 7-3, but the best always comes when you go undefeated. There is always a Reset button so you can start from 0-0 if you for some reason failed your first attempts.

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HOW TO GO FLAWLESS

There are a few ways to do it. Starting with having actual skill to achieve it and having good players to team up with. However the easiest way to GO FLAWLESS IN TRIALS OF THE NINE is by purchasing from our section. Our professional Destiny 2 Guardians will secure your dream 7-0 score. We provide both Trials Carry service and Account recovery service, meaning that we can both play with you or on your behalf. If you don't want to share your account information that is perfectly fine. The end result is 100% guaranteed. In the very rare event where we do not manage to meet your expectations we will fully refund your money for the service purchased. Each account can get a Flawless run on it's different classes - Titan, Hunter and Warlock, so thats 3 Trials per week if required.

Additionally there are a few extras that are absolutely optional for the customer.
You can opt to watch the games by stream and you can also preorder your trials with 10$ discount and front seat in the queue. We will start your order within a few minutes after trials go live on Friday.

Trials now have a matchmaking system that determines an average skill of each team and tries to go against similarly skilled opponents when progressing in the event. In other words if you have a good record your matches will become exceedingly more difficult to end up with the Victory sign. We have selected only the best out of the best players and teams to execute your demands and exceed your expectations, so no matter how hard it gets we will always make it to the end line ;)

OTHER DESTINY 2 PvP MODES

There is an upcoming Iron Banner mode launch. It will probably start in October and is based on level progression system that brings you better reputation, better loots and eventually better items in the Iron Banner merchant shop.

In the Crucible you can also find Quickplay and Competitive PvP icons. However they are not that different from each other at the moment. It is expected that the Competitive will be linked to an official Ladder, but that information is not confirmed yet by the developers. At the current point you can go there and battle for prestige, there are D2 trackers that measure your performance. The only difference between quick and competitive at the moment is the map modes that are played on each.

We expect to see more and exciting new features in Destiny 2. A large patch (probably expansion) is going to go live sometime in December. Till then grind it up and become a well-rounded guardian of the universe.

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