'Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris' locks base-game content behind a paywall

Destiny 2 Curse of Osiris DLC

Destiny 2 locks content, that was previously accessible to people, behind its latest Curse of Osiris DLC

Although players without Curse of Osiris can play them, they are much more hard than they were before the launch of the new expansion.

Destiny 2's Curse of Osiris DLC launched yesterday, providing a fresh selection of new content for Bungie's sci-fi shooter.

Endgame content in Destiny focuses on raids and the Nightfall strike, as well as the more challenging "Prestige" versions of those activities. This means players who previously enjoyed play Prestige Nightfall strikes won't be able to do so anymore, even on the strikes made available in the base game.

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Destiny 2 Curse of Osiris - Character Level and Power Level Guide details everything that you need to know about new Character Level and Power Level Caps introduced in the Curse of Osiris DLC for Destiny 2. Destiny 2 features two levels for identifying player progress in the game. The Prestige Leviathan Raid also rewards exclusive gear and is the final step in Exotic Raid shotgun quest that was previously available to all Destiny 2 players, but is now locked behind a DLC purchase. With those now being inaccessible to base-game players, so is a platinum trophy.

According to plenty of players posting on reddit, the Exotic rifle basically annihilates others in PvP, but works as intended in PvE.

The expansion also includes Heroic versions of the open-world "Adventures", though on Mercury these still take place inside the instanced Infinite Forest rather than on the planet's surface. The second expansion will arrive in spring 2018.

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