Destiny 2 Level Cap Increase Confirmed, Curse of Osiris Expansion Will Offer a Boost

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During the PlayStation Paris Games Week 2017 conference, Bungie showcased the Destiny 2 Curse of Osiris expansion with a first-look trailer. Upon watching the trailer and lowering the playback speed a bit, players have spotted a number of returning Exotic weapons and other nods towards past experiences (The Lighthouse, for example!). 

As these teaser trailers tend to do, it also asked more questions than it answered. Happily, Bungie has gone ahead and provided a little more information about the upcoming expansion. 

Curse of Osiris is set to launch on December 5 and will increase the Player Level cap from 20 to 25, while also boosting the maximum possible Power Level from 305 to 330. (It’s unclear if that’s with or without legendary mods.)

Upon landing on Mercury, players will gain access to the Infinite Forest patrol zone. Ikora will return to guide players through the new quests, along with Sagira, Osiris’ Ghost, which is voiced by Morena Baccarin (Firefly, Homeland), as well as Brother Vance, a returning Destiny 1 character. 

For a refresher on what else the expansion will include, here’s the official rundown:

Destiny 2 – Expansion I: Curse of Osiris, takes place after the conclusion of the Destiny 2 campaign where you are dispatched to Mercury on a quest to find Osiris, the most powerful Warlock to have ever lived, to discover the answers humanity needs to fight back against the Vex.

Curse of Osiris adds a new chapter to the world of Destiny 2, expanding the universe by adding an all-new cinematic story with new and returning characters, a new destination to explore, Mercury and its Infinite Forest, a new social space to visit called the Lighthouse, new missions, new strikes, new raid content, new free roam activities, a world quest to complete, and more.

Are you excited for the new adventures that await in Curse of Osiris?

In other Destiny 2 news, the weekly reset has just occurred, the Curse of Osiris expansion got a new trailer and release date, and the Destiny 2 Raid was beaten by a clan of deaf gamers

Source: Eurogamer