Destiny 2 has gotten off to a much better start than its predecessor, but as longtime Guardians know, the Destiny experience is nothing without a steady stream of new content and experiences. There are also going to be those that will like that we'll be spending more time exploring the Leviathan instead of leaving it behind. No exact release date for this new Raid was given. "Learn about the places you'll go, the characters you'll meet, and the enemies you'll fight", said Bungie in its description of the show. He'll offer a new type of area-specific reward called Lighthouse Engrams. Curse of Osiris As one can expect, a ton of new details have shot out of the reveal.
The next Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris stream is scheduled for 11am PST / 7pm GMT on November 21.
Eater of Worlds will be shorter than vanilla Leviathan, but will have more challenging encounters and new puzzles to solves. Future streams about Curse of Osiris will unravel more information. Destiny players have wondered about the mysterious Osiris after he was mentioned multiple times throughout the original Destiny, and Curse of Osiris will finally bring the banished Vanguard member on screen.
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Like the planets now available in Destiny 2, Mercury will have a main social space. Something important. The key thing here is that you'll get to explore Mercury back when it was a lush Garden World of humanity and also see it eons later, in a future where the sun has gone dark and the Vex are all that remain. Previously set at 305, the new Light level has been confirmed to raise to 330. But it does mean that folks who enjoy raiding hopefully won't have to wait as long as they did in the first game to try out fresh challenges. You also do not have to play the original raid in order to play the Raid Lair.
The DLC will see the return of the Heroic Strike playlist, and the introduction of the Raid Lair. The team also promised that there will be a Prestige mode for this Raid Lair.