Destiny 2 expansion pack Curse of Osiris gets launch trailer, now available

Destiny 2 has a long way to go until it claws back from the hole it dug post-launch, but there's an effort being made today with some updates and a new expansion. Bungie recently performed some maintenance on the game's servers, but more downtime is scheduled for tomorrow, which is typical on launch day.

This month will see two more updates from Bungie and they have promised to release the update along with the Curse of Osiris on the 5th of December which will include a change on getting mods from Banshee that will also introduce specific Legendary mods along with Kinetic Weapons, but their lineups will differ nearly daily.

Once we've played through the DLC we'll give you a verdict on how it holds up.

Destiny 2's first expansion, Curse of Osiris, launches December 5 - that's tomorrow! This is a relatively small download of right around 6GB in total, but it brings in the Curse of Osiris DLC expansion with it, meaning once you've downloaded the update, you've also downloaded the expansion.

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Other changes include increased damage to bosses from Super abilities, increased rate of Legendary item drops from Public Events for players that have reached level 20, a higher recommended power level for the Leviathan raid, a host of buffs and nerfs for numerous games weapons and countless bug fixes in all areas of the game. New Crucible arenas and co-op activities are also being added. However, make sure you have enough storage space.

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  • Delia Davidson