Curse of Osiris is slated to be released on December 5, 2017.
Sony promised some big announcements for its Paris Game Show presentation today, and it delivered.
We got our first look at Destiny 2's first expansion, "Curse of Osiris", which is due out on December 5th, during today's PlayStation press conference.
This comes as a disappointment to most Guardians due to how expansions released for Destiny 1. Players will have to go up against Osiris. Trials of the Nine has been canceled for two weeks while developer Bungie fixes a bug, for example, and Destiny 2 PC players are facing some technical issues too.
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Thus, we have a new cinematic trailer that gives us a brief story synopsis for Destiny 2's next DLC. The game has shipped, but what we're playing now is just the first step in what will be a continuous cycle of upgrades and expansions.
Details are minimal at this point, as the second expansion doesn't even have an official name. Bungie hasn't named a price for Curse of Osiris as a standalone product yet, but the season pass now costs $34.99, so a price around $20 seems like a safe bet.
In the Curse of Osiris DLC, you'll have to track down Ikora's mentor, Osiris.