Destiny 2 Expansion - Curse Of Osiris

Destiny 2 Expansion - Curse Of Osiris

Destiny 2 Expansion - Curse Of Osiris

Bungie said the story is created to dive deep into Destiny lore, focusing on Osiris and, more specifically, the Vex and their true intentions for the universe. We only really knew Osiris from grimoire cards and the Trials of Osiris, but his knowledge of the Vex will make him a leader for guardians during the Vex crisis. The stream takes place on Bungie's official Twitch channel. The region surrounding the Lighthouse has become a staging area for Red Legion troops who fled The Almighty - which is ironic, given that The Almighty was tearing Mercury apart for fuel before you disabled it in the campaign. Curse of Osiris comes out on 5 December.

Destiny 2 developer Bungie is finally ready to delve into Curse of Osiris, the game's first expansion, in the studio's typical fashion: a series of reveal livestreams. There, you'll apparently follow the Guardian's efforts to save Osiris from the Vex. Future streams about Curse of Osiris will unravel more information. Let's talk about Raid Lairs.

Players will be able to see these different parts of the timeline, which include a lush Mercury of the past (?) and what Bungie is calling its "dark future", when the sun has burned itself out and there's nothing left but a sea of Vex robots.

New Ways to Play: 2 p.m. ET, Tuesday, Nov. 21 Watch us preview some of the new activities that will challenge you and your Fireteam. Players who have purchased the Destiny 2 expansion pass will get access to Curse of Osiris, as well as a second add-on due in Spring 2018. Our characters can reach the light level 25 and power level of 330, 335 with mods. Raid lairs are also less of a time commitment for players than full raids. It will have a Prestige mode, if you're the tough type. It isn't a new social space, but it's also a bit more than an office for redeeming planetary tokens.

The DLC will see the return of the Heroic Strike playlist, and the introduction of the Raid Lair.

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