Destiny 2’s Curse of Osiris DLC launched yesterday, providing a fresh selection of new content for Bungie’s sci-fi shooter. But for folks who haven’t purchased the new content, it’s become much more difficult to access the high-level missions that make up the endgame. And by “difficult” I mean “impossible.”
Here are the details on the Curse of Osiris raid lair, Eater of Worlds.
Curse of Osiris raises the power level cap from 305 to 330, and naturally that means the game’s stiffest challenges are being buffed to challenge powered-up players. What seems a bit less natural, however, is the fact that the Prestige activities from the original game have had their power levels bumped, meaning you can’t access them until you’ve grinded out to the new cap in the DLC.
In other words, the highest level content in Destiny 2 has been removed from the base game and added to the DLC.
This isn’t unheard of for Destiny, since similar changes were part of the original game’s life as well. It seems Bungie intends for Destiny players to continue purchasing DLC in order to stay current with the endgame, which on one level is hardly unfair for an online-connected game. But removing previously accessible content to meet the new level requirements is sure to ruffle some feathers, and Destiny 2 is already suffering under some pretty serious perception problems, though Bungie have plans to address at least some of those concerns.
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