Destiny 2 First DLC 'Curse of Osiris' Listed on Microsoft Store

Destiny 2 First DLC 'Curse of Osiris' Listed on Microsoft Store

The first Destiny 2 DLC is indeed going to be called Curse of Osiris. While it typically takes a little longer than this after a game's launch to start hearing about DLC, thanks to the Xbox Store we have some early information on the game's first DLC.

Curse of Osiris will open up the planet Mercury for the first time as part of the game's story content.

It'll also contain new maps for the adversarial Crucible mode and new adventures (ambient challenges and activities) in addition to shiny loot. Therein the player's Guardian will venture to discover the secrets of Osiris, a legendary Warlock, and his protege Ikora Rey.

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Curse of Osiris will include new story missions and adventures set on the sun-soaked planet of Mercury - specifically, its "Infinite Forest" region. Sadly, the listing isn't complete, as it is missing both release date and price, but there are plenty of other details fleshing out what players can expect in Curse of Osiris. Dark Below and House of Wolves, expansions for Destiny 1, were heavily criticized for reusing old content and not providing much new stuff.

Destiny 2 is now available on PS4 and Xbox One, with a PC release scheduled for October 24, 2017 on PC.

"Curse of Osiris is not a leak". The accidental leak, which appeared on Microsoft's online store, was confirmed by Eric Osborne, Bungie's marketing director, on Twitter. However, seeing as all of this information has been unceremoniously revealed, it could end up resulting in Bungie pulling the trigger earlier than originally anticipated.