• 'Destiny 2' Is Rolling Back Reviled 'Curse of Osiris' Content Lock-Outs

    1 month ago - By Forbes

    Players discovered that a number of activities from vanilla Destiny 2 were now locked behind the Curse of Osiris paywall. Now, that's changing.
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  • Destiny 2 update will undo the mess of the Curse of Osiris

    Destiny 2 update will undo the mess of the Curse of Osiris

    1 month ago - By SlashGear

    The DLC did seem to live up to its name of being a curse. The companies' behind this year's great games seem to be making great missteps. Fortunately for Bungie, its Destiny 2 DLC blunder isn't as disastrous as Battlefront II. Still, there was enough of an uproar about the changes in the Curse of Osiris that Bungie really had...
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  • Bungie admit their “plans aren't working” and address endgame Destiny 2 content lockout

    Bungie admit their “plans aren't working” and address endgame Destiny 2 content lockout

    1 month ago - By Rock, Paper, Shotgun

    The Curse of Osiris expansion for Destiny 2 is a mixed bag. I enjoyed the two hour campaign and a brief waddle around the piddly new area, but it's a meagre offering for the money you have to put down. It's understandable that some players might want to give it a miss, which makes it all the worse that people who didn't buy the expansion found that they no longer had access to certain endgame activities.
    The devs have written a blog post where they apologise for excluding those players, and promise to fix their mistakes in a hotfix later today. Their solutions, however, aren't likely to...
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  • Destiny 2: Bungie Looking Into Adding Third Raid Difficulty Tier

    1 month ago - By Game Rant

    In response to Destiny 2 players getting locked out of content with the release of the Curse of Osiris expansion, Bungie says the raids will receive new difficulty tiers.
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  • Destiny 2: Bungie Apologises for Content-Locking, Fix Incoming

    1 month ago - By IGN

    Following fan outcry, Bungie has announced that it will change certain decisions that lock Destiny 2 players out of certain content if they don't own the new Curse of Osiris expansion.
    In a blog post , Bungie admits that it's "clear that we've made some mistakes" with its handling of content access, and promises that these issues will be fixed in a patch scheduled to go live today, December 12.
    The Curse of Osiris expansion raised the power levels required for Prestige activities from 300 to 330, locking out players who haven't bought the cap-raising expansion pack. Bungie's reasoning is...
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  • Bungie To Bring Back Some 'Destiny 2' Endgame Content That The Curse Of Osiris DLC Locked

    1 month ago - By Tech Times

    Bungie locked out 'Destiny 2' players from accessing certain endgame content with the release of Curse of Osiris. The studio has apologized for the move and has detailed the changes that it will make to the futuristic shooter.
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