Destiny 2's first expansion, Curse of Osiris, has arrived and players will be able to explore Mercury proper for the first time in the franchise. Destiny 2 Expansion I: Curse of Osiris is available today, standalone or as part of the Expansion Pass for $34.99/£29.99.
Bungie will be pulling the Destiny 2 servers offline at 7 a.m. PST, with the expectation that they will come back online at 10 a.m. PST. Recently, as a last-ditch effort to retrieve the interest of fans put off by previous controversies, the studio revealed specific details on Curse of Osiris' upcoming weapons and armor via a new YouTube trailer. You don't need to have completed the Leviathan Raid to access this, either.
Curse of Osiris is Destiny 2's first expansion and sends you back to the stars to solve a new mystery. I'd advise that you try and update Destiny 2 during the down time.
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There is a scheduled 3-hour maintenance downtime, from 3pm until 6pm, after which the DLC will be playable.
Bungie are also increasing the level cap as well as new Raid experiences called Raid Lairs - these are supposed to be more intense and hard raids that exist "in and around" current Raids in the game.
Team up and take on new Strikes, compete in new Crucible Arenas, and earn powerful new weapons and armour. The Infinite Forest is also available as a new region through which players will regularly encounter and battle the Vex. Firstly, we now know that the second Destiny 2 DLC expansion, due out at some point in 2018, with feature the Warmind Rasputin, not seen since the original game.