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Destiny 2's Curse of Osiris First Livestream Begins Tomorrow

16 November 2017

Bungie reveals the opening cinematic for the upcoming "Destiny 2" expansion, "Curse of Osiris".

Set to start broadcasting on Twitch from 7pm GMT, the gameplay livestreams are set to focus on "the new places you'll visit, the new characters you'll meet and the enemies you'll fight".

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Bungie is an independent, employee-owned game development studio dedicated to creating hopeful worlds that inspire passionate player communities. If the raid lair is indeed the only raid content to be added in Curse of Osiris and the second expansion, this would be a change in strategy that is likely to disappoint at least some players, even if the raid lair is a completely new experience, as Bungie is saying. Activision maintains operations throughout the world and is a division of Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ: ATVI), an S&P 500 company.

We also know that there will be new "raid activities" even though Bungie has been very scarce on details. Here's how to watch the reveal and what we know so far about Curse of Osiris. Next we see Osiris getting surrounded by Vex. As mentioned by Ikora, it is unclear if Osiris will serve as a useful ally or contribute to the downfall of the universe. To the Vex, it's a "reality engine" that allows the time-traveling troops to see multiple timelines and pick one that suits its interests.

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Essentially, Bungie will be beefing up and expanding Leviathan, the first raid launched for Destiny 2. The region surrounding the Lighthouse has become a staging area for Red Legion troops who fled The Almighty - which is ironic, given that The Almighty was tearing Mercury apart for fuel before you disabled it in the campaign.

According to Bungie's stream today, it turns out there will be an entirely new raid to play with when the first DLC drops next month, sort of. It's unclear if players will be able to purchase Curse of Osiris individually, but the original game's season pass had the same price, with each of the two expansions priced at $20 as stand-alone purchases.

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Destiny 2's Curse of Osiris First Livestream Begins Tomorrow