In Curse of Osiris, however, that cap has been increased to 330, and Prestige Nightfall strikes have seen their required power level risen according. Likewise, the endgame level and Power Level requirements have also been raised for activities like the raid and Nightfall Strike.
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Looks like some Destiny 2 players have been on the not-so-fun receiving end of an overpowered trace rifle. Though recommended for anyone at power level 300, they are extremely hard and will likely take at least twice as long to complete as a normal Adventure. Although players without Curse of Osiris can play them, they are much more hard than they were before the launch of the new expansion. But the Prestige variants of both activities require players to be at the power cap, and it's now impossible to reach that cap unless you buy Curse of Osiris. It is also available as the first of two planned expansions in the game's $35 expansion pass. 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. But for folks who haven't purchased the new content, it's become much more hard to access the high-level missions that make up the endgame. These missions are fairly short, on a smaller scale than main campaign missions, but help to expand Curse of Osiris' lore. With those now being inaccessible to base-game players, so is a platinum trophy. At this time neither Bungie nor Sony have commented on the issue, but we'll update you if there are any developments.