Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris launch trailer preps Guardians for War


According to reports, with the arrival of the expansion in Destiny 2, the minimum level to deal with some activities has increased (to reflect the new level cap introduced).

Destiny 2 is available now on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Providing an extra challenge, players are able to take on Heroic Adventures, a version that ups the difficulty level and rewards with loot essential to complete other Curse of Osiris activities. The current power level cap without Curse of Osiris is set at 305, making all three events inaccessible to end-game players without the DLC. Both have been raised to a 330 recommended Power Level.

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Activision and Bungie have just released the Curse of Osiris DLC for Destiny 2. There is also a new raid, titled Eater of Worlds, that will feature puzzles and encounters, as well as an entirely new boss, to keep players busy. But for folks who haven't purchased the new content, it's become much more hard to access the high-level missions that make up the endgame.

It will be interesting to see if there are any Sony policies that will require Bungie to make changes, specifically regarding the locking of a Platinum trophy behind a paywall outside of the vanilla game purchase.

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