There are multiple good and bad things with the newly released DLC ‘Lightfall’ into the base game Destiny 2 so far that plenty of players are experiencing these days. Although the base game is quite great in terms of storyline, graphics, gameplay experience, and more, it looks like that the ‘Lightfall’ DLC isn’t good enough and players didn’t like it. Meanwhile, the all-new Destiny 2 Lightfall DLC is having some issues and the Trials Engrams Not Working issue is one of them.
Now, if you’re also one of the victims to encounter such an issue then make sure to follow this troubleshooting guide to fix it. The chances are high that somehow you’re unfortunate enough to be unable to focus on your saved Trials Engrams in Destiny 2 Lightfall. If that happens to you with the saved Trials Engrams from Season 19 quite often then you should try following the troubleshooting methods below. So, most probably you can’t use the trials engrams to redeem items such as Trials Armor.
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Fix: Destiny 2 Lightfall Trials Engrams Not Working
Destiny 2 Lightfall is the newest DLC expansion which is finally available officially for all major gaming platforms. With Season 20, though some of the things are really exciting, some of the things are unpleasant too. And the unexpected bugs or errors are none other than those unpleasant surprises. Apart from the in-game lags, stutters, graphical glitches, server connectivity errors, and crashes, it seems multiple players are also facing the trials engrams not working issue.
To be precise, affected Destiny 2 Lightfall players are unable to redeem their trials engrams that become quite common these days. So, you may ask why this is happening to you and to others. Well, it’s most likely to occur due to the newly introduced engram system in the game with the Lightfall DLC update. That means whenever you try redeeming trials engrams on your character in the Destiny 2 Lightfall game, they don’t render properly, and you can’t focus on them.
It’s all because they should be with the vendor and not with your character. So, it’s unknown right now whether Bungie will allow players to transfer their engrams or not. However, if you have left any engrams like Saint-14 (the Trials of Osiris vendor), they still count. Now, if you’re also one of the victims to encounter such an issue then make sure to go through the potential workarounds mentioned below. So, you should follow all methods until the problem gets fixed for you. So, without wasting any more time, let’s jump into it.
1. Update Destiny 2 Lightfall
You should check out the Destiny 2 Lightfall game updates by following the steps below to ensure there is no issue with the outdated game version.
If in case, you haven’t updated your Destiny 2: Lightfall game for a while then make sure to follow the steps below to check for updates and install the latest patch (if available). To do this:
- Open the Steam client > Go to Library.
- Click on Destiny 2: Lightfall from the left pane.
- It’ll automatically search for the available update.
- If any, make sure to click on Update.
- Wait for the update to complete and reboot the PC to apply changes.
For Epic Games Launcher:
- Open the Epic Games Launcher > Head over to Library.
- Now, click on the three dots icon next to Destiny 2: Lightfall.
- Make sure the Auto Update option is turned on.
- Whenever the update is available, it’ll automatically install the update.
2. Verify and Repair Game Files
The second thing you should also try verifying and repairing the installed game files on the respective gaming device to ensure there is no issue with the missing or corrupted game files. Just follow the steps below to perform the task.
If in case, there is an issue with the game files and somehow it gets corrupted or missing then make sure to perform this method to easily check for the issue.
- Launch Steam > Click on Library.
- Right-click on Destiny 2: Lightfall from the list of installed games.
- Click on Properties > Go to the Local Files tab.
- Click on Verify Integrity of Game Files.
- You’ll have to wait for the process until it gets completed.
- Once done, just restart your computer.
For Epic Games Launcher:
- Open the Epic Games Launcher > Click on Destiny 2 in the library.
- Click on the three dots next to the game > Select the Manage option.
- Now, click on the Verify option > Confirm the task and wait for it to complete.
- Once done, reboot the PC to apply changes.
3. Contact Bungie Help
If none of the methods did come in handy, you should contact Bungie Help to get help regarding the same error and submit the support ticket as well.
That’s it, guys. We assume this guide was helpful to you. For additional queries, you can comment below.