Published: Sun, September 10, 2017
Sci-tech | By Jackie Newman

Leaked Destiny 2 DLC Possibly Corroborated, Monthly Activities Detailed

Leaked Destiny 2 DLC Possibly Corroborated, Monthly Activities Detailed

However, it was accessible only through the highly competitive Trials of Osiris event, which pitted two teams of three players against each other.

Promising "all-new story missions and adventures" on Mercury, Destiny 2 Expansion I: Curse of Osiris will apparently see you travelling through "time and space" as you seek to learn the secrets of the eponymous Warlock Osiris and avert a dark future from befalling the galaxy. A listing on the Microsoft Store revealed a title and some gameplay details for Expansion 1: Curse of Osiris and Activision has confirmed to Game Informer that the listing is indeed legitimate. The aforementioned DLC will be the first of the hugely popular sequel.

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So it sounds like the "Infinite Forest" will be a brand new zone filled with new story quests and plenty of side content. Destiny 2 has already impressed with a much better PvE campaign and the developers have shared a schedule for September that is thick with activity. The developer is now planning two expansions for Destiny 2, but have been mum on the details. The Burning Shrine Crucible map places players on the planet closest to the Sun, as does the Trials of Osiris' greatest reward, the Lighthouse.

While dedicated Destiny 2 players may have known about the DLC from the image included in the expansion's cover-the symbol for Osiris himself-it's encouraging to know what is coming down the pipeline, and how the game is going to keep players on their never-ending quest for loot. Currently, it is only available as part of the expansion pass, which will cost $34.99. "Curse of Osiris is not a leak". For more on Destiny 2, read our review-in-progress, and check out our extensive FAQ and our guide. Speaking of which, there's no planned release date, either!

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