Bungie Reveal Curse of Osiris Details During Stream

Bungie Reveal Curse of Osiris Details During Stream

Today's Bungie live stream was the first of three providing additional details about the upcoming Destiny 2 Curse of Osiris expansion. 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. Beyond that initial bummer is a pretty cool idea, though: with both of the Season Pass expansions, Bungie plans to add a new "Raid Lair" to the Leviathan Raid. Pacific on Bungie's 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.

Eater of Worlds will launch after Curse of Osiris does, meaning sometime after December 5 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

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"New Stories to Tell", the first reveal livestream for Curse of Osiris, will begin at 2 p.m. ET. Presumably, the raid that releases with the big expansion due next fall will finally go to a completely new location. Users can also assume that new Exotics are on the way, especially since the Jade Rabbit was shown off during the Curse of Osiris trailer.

There is a new full raid on the Leviathan called "Eater of Worlds", but it's shorter than the original Leviathan raid. Inside the Infinite Forest are "trees" which are really giant monuments that will allows us to see different times, future and past. Previously set at 305, the new Light level has been confirmed to raise to 330. You also do not have to play the original raid in order to play the Raid Lair. The base content in Leviathan won't be changing, though Bungie is kicking up the recommended power level to 300, matching the current Prestige version of the raid. In the time since, it only saw a new raid once per year, and the common wisdom was that Bungie was too ambitious to want to do more than that. Heroic Strikes are coming back, and they'll offer more powerful loot for overcoming increased challenge.

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