Destiny 2 players immersed in the game more than likely have hit the wall and are just starving for some new action. Well, the wait for Destiny 2’s first DLC, Curse of Osiris is over and Bungie just dropped some details to get you excited. 

Destiny 2, version 2.0 is on the way!

Bungie let the cat out of the bag on Destiny 2’s first DLC back in October letting fans know the new content will be available on December 5. Now we learn the details of what exactly the rollout for the expansion will look like.

Curse of Osiris will be available 8 am PST when players can begin pre-loading the DLC. The company also revealed exactly how much memory will be required for all consoles to download the DLC. XBOX One users need 44 GB of space, PS4 owners require 88 GB. PC owners will need about 68 GB of space.

So start clearing out those games you already put the finishing touches on and any other items taking up unnecessary space on your consoles and PC.


Bungie also spilled the beans on what weapons and armor you can look forward to in the Curse of Osiris expansion. Bungie was supposed to share the news during a live stream but opted to cancel due to backlash from Destiny players.Instead, they opted to go with a trailer showing off the promising new features coming your way you can watch below:

Looks lit…

Curse of Osiris is the much-needed boost the game needs. Destiny 2 didn’t suffer the same fallout as it’s predecessor faced when it launched but has its share of issues. On top of complaining about running out of things to do in the game, players also had issues with the games experience points system. To their credit, Bungie has been listening to those complaints and has made some much-needed tweaks to the in-game economy.

If you haven’t gotten on board with Destiny 2 yet, Bungie is offering a free trial to give newbies the opportunity to see what Destiny 2 is all about. Well, we most certainly can’t wait to get our hands on the Curse of Osiris and if you’re reading this article chances are very high you’re somewhat excited as well.


Photo: Bungie/Screenshot

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