The first Destiny 2 Curse of Osiris livestream is today

The first Destiny 2 Curse of Osiris livestream is today

Bungie had it's first stream about the upcoming Destiny 2 expansion, Curse of Osiris, on Twitch.

According to Bungie you can expect the livestream to focus on "new places you'll visit, the new characters you'll meet, and the enemies you'll fight".

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Curse of Osiris was detailed in a Bungie livestream today. Activision maintains operations throughout the world and is a division of Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ: ATVI), an S&P 500 company.

Destiny 2 – Expansion I: Curse of Osiris Livestream Taking Place November 15 on Bungie Twitch Channel
Previews: Curse of Osiris Hands-On Preview

While it's a bit disappointing to not see the Raid explore more about Osiris, the Vex, the Infinite Forest, and that whole story line, it's interesting to see Bungie expand the role of Leviathan in the game. Users can also assume that new Exotics are on the way, especially since the Jade Rabbit was shown off during the Curse of Osiris trailer.

We'll learn much more about Curse of Osiris over the next few weeks leading to its release. There are also going to be those that will like that we'll be spending more time exploring the Leviathan instead of leaving it behind. Brother Vance watched over the Trials of Osiris, trying to find the strongest guardians, but now he will play the same role as Asher, Failsafe, and Devrim do in their respective worlds.

If you are looking to tune into the Destiny 2 Curse of Osiris live stream it officially begins on November 15 at 11:00 a.m. PST/ 2:00 p.m. EST. These will take place in the same general location (in this case, on a giant, planet-eating ship) but offer new challenges, puzzles, places, and even a new end boss for players to overcome in a somewhat shorter overall experience.

Like the planets now available in Destiny 2, Mercury will have a main social space. Bungie also plans to bump up the Power Level requirements and rewards for the vanilla Leviathan raid, so players will still have reason to play it as well.

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