The blog also revealed that, starting on October 31, there will be optional Raid Challenges implemented on each of the Raid's encounters.
Trials of the Nine was supposed to go live this week, and is intended as a replacement for Destiny 1's Trials of Osiris - a weekly PvP multiplayer event for high level players.
With the PC release of Destiny 2 on the horizon, the studio seems to be working hard on their efforts to fine-tune the game and fix any issues that keep popping up. The Guided Games feature will be included on this day as well, which would be a good way to group up with other players. Then on November 3, Trials of the Nine kicks off.
This drew a response from Bungie community manager Chris "Cozmo" Shannon, posting via his account on Reddit's Destiny forum: "We have seen the reports that an ammo exploit was used today in the Prestige Raid". The developer recently updated what it's going to release for the first few weeks, starting with the first day of content, with more following.
Bungie is expanding the Destiny 2 Leviathan raid with more than just Prestige difficulty.
"We won't be giving you any hints on how to complete these challenges, but we will let you know when you fail with an in-game message". Completing the Challenges will reward you with an emblem and a guaranteed Raid loot drop.
Although a lot of them are not issues that would affect more casual players, Destiny 2 has had a number of problems with glitches lately. Clan Redeem didn't use the glitch that caused the raid to be delayed, but they did use the coil glitch to get their kill.