If there’s one thing that Destiny players love, it’s being locked out of content until they pay money. Curse of Osiris is happy to deliver, gating off many of Destiny 2's high-level activities to anyone who hasn’t bought the new expansion.
With the launch of Curse of Osiris, there’s plenty of new stuff in Destiny 2, a video game in which players travel through space resisting the urge to spend money to change the colors of their helmets. There’s also a gun that’s just about wrecking everyone.
Today, Bungie released a brand new expansion to Destiny 2, a video game in which players are trapped forever in an infinite simulation. And if you wanted something revelatory, you might need to recalibrate your expectations.
In the wake of widespread anger over the state of Destiny 2, Bungie said today that it is canceling tomorrow’s livestream, which was meant to be the third of three streams promoting the game’s upcoming expansion, Curse of Osiris. Instead, Bungie said, it will address the overall state of the game tomorrow in a blog…
Today on a livestream, Bungie showed off footage and discussed some details surrounding Destiny 2’s next DLC, Curse of Osiris, which comes out December 5. Curse of Osiris will include “new raid content” and a new area called the Infinite Forest.
Destiny 2's first expansion, Curse of Osiris, will be out December 5, Activision said today at the Sony press conference. It’ll be set on Mercury, but of course, you already knew that.
Three years ago, Bungie disappointed fans with a thin first piece of downloadable content for Destiny 1. For the sequel, the studio is aiming higher. Destiny 2's first DLC will center on the space wizard Osiris, sources say, and it will come with a patrol zone and new social space, making it significantly bigger than…