Published: Wed, December 06, 2017
Tech | By Constance Martin

PS4, Xbox One, PC

PS4, Xbox One, PC

Bungie has swapped the weekly reset time yet again, so you're going to be waiting a bit today until the expansion is live.

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.

There is a scheduled 3-hour maintenance downtime, from 3pm until 6pm, after which the DLC will be playable. The studio has not yet released full patch notes for update 1.1.0; we'll amend this article with details once they're available.

What is Curse Of Osiris?

The new content will take you to a brand new location, Mercury, and sets you on a path to unravel the mysteries behind one of the Vanguard's most notorious Guardians ever. When the servers return, the Curse of Osiris expansion will be available to play, along with all of the new changes that Bungie outlined last week.

Here's when you can play Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris
Destiny 2 is now Xbox One X Enhanced with 4K and HDR

The expansion pack will also feature new weapons, armor, co-op multiplayer modes and multiplayer arenas.

The Xbox One requires half of that at 44GB, whilst the PC version needs 68 GB.

If you need further information on everything new and what's changed what's changed in Destiny 2 Season 2 - Curse of Osiris today, just hit up that handy-dandy link.

So, what else can you access in the Destiny 2 Curse of Osiris DLC expanion? If you already own the game, you can pick up the latest update with all of these improvements now.

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