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Leaked details about Destiny 2 DLC indicate that Osiris needs saving

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New patrol zone and social space

As Bungie gears up to launch Destiny 2 next week, we're already able to look toward the game's post-release content. There's already some information available about the first add-on, and it sounds substantially more ambitious than original Destiny's debut DLC, The Dark Below, ever was.

Kotaku reports that Destiny 2's first DLC will be called The Curse of Osiris, and that it stars the eponymous space warlock Osiris. The story is said to be centered around saving Osiris from the Vex, an ancient cyborg robot species of alien. Kotaku says that it has multiple sources who corroborated this information.

The Curse of Osiris will seemingly feature significant areas for players to inhabit. It will introduce a new patrol zone on the surface of Mercury, and a social space on the Lighthouse. In Destiny, the Lighthouse was an area where players would gather rewards if they were successful enough in the competitive multiplayer mode "Trials of Osiris." Bungie appears to be expanding that location as a new gathering spot.

You know what that means: Handstands on everything.

Sources: Destiny 2's First DLC Will Star Osiris, Add New Patrol Zone On Mercury [Kotaku]


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