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Destiny 2: Bungie will drop the mic with The Curse of Osiris DLC

Published: 14:58, 01 December 2017
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Bungie's The Curse of Osiris DLC pre-loads will start on 05 December. The DLC will bring new weapons, new emotes and new armour. The storage requirements start at 44 GB for Xbox One.

Bungie  their "The Curse of Osiris livestream" in order to focus on their . As a result, we were left without a preview of the upcoming loot. The latest weekly update mended things slightly.

The video showcasing the fresh weapons and emotes is a bit spoilery and very short, but there are things we can deduce from what we see. 

A gun that shoots exploding spiders looks like something you'll get to help you end your enemies' lives. Another gun that looks like a new trace rifle with a red laser will join Coldheart as the second weapon in this class.

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Both weapons are likely to end up in the Exotic section. A new Titan helm decked out with some glowing horns will probably make you want to bust out a couple of new dance moves and then use the new mic drop emote to, well, drop the mic. The preview gave a brief glimpse of what looks to be an ice-white Future War Cult robe.

Next up we have the extremely technical report from the Destiny Player Support team:

Server Maintenance: Final Countdown

Planned maintenance that was originally scheduled for Thursday been postponed to Friday, 01 December, 2017. All information concerning this maintenance window may be seen on the Destiny Server Updates and Status Help Article.

  • 8 AM PST: Maintenance start
  • 9 AM PST: Remaining players removed from activities
  • 2 PM PST: Expected completion

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Additionally, a final maintenance period is planned for Tuesday, 05 December, 2017. At the conclusion of this maintenance, Curse of Osiris will be released.

Pre-Load and Storage Requirements

Players may begin to pre-load Curse of Osiris starting at 8 AM PST on 05 December, 2017. The following storage requirements must be available to begin pre-loading content:

  • PlayStation 4: 88 GB
  • Xbox One: 44 GB
  • PC: 68 GB
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