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Here’s What ‘Destiny 2’ Needs To Add In Its ‘Curse Of Osiris’ Expansion

Bungie is asking what players want to see in the first Destiny 2 expansion. Here's what the game needs to add in its Curse of Osiris DLC.

Destiny 2 Hits Major Sales Milestones, Curse of Osiris Confirmed

Chances are, if you’ve decided to participate in the sci-fi loot-fest that is Destiny 2, you haven’t had any trouble finding people to play with. This may largely be due to Destiny 2 surpassing the original game’s engagement and digital sales records. Show More Summary

Destiny 2: Bungie Confirms Curse of Osiris DLC Is Real

Marketing director Eric Osborne has removed any doubt that Curse of Osiris in indeed on the way.

More Details On The First Destiny 2 Expansion

Destiny 2 has only been out a handful of days and already we've got some fresh details on the first major DLC coming to the game, Curse of Osiris.

‘Destiny 2’ expansion ‘Curse of Osiris’ will take players to Mercury

Just days after Destiny 2 launched on consoles, the first expansion has appeared in a listing on the Microsoft Store. It's still unclear if this was intentional or not, but Bungie marketing director Eric Osborne sent out a tweet shortly...Show More Summary

The first 'Destiny 2' expansion will reintroduce players to Osiris

If you've already finished Destiny 2's campaign and are grinding through the endgame, here's some news you might be interested in. The first expansion for developer Bungie's shared-world shooter is dubbed "Curse of Osiris," named for the infamous multiplayer mode from its prequel. Show More Summary

A Look At The First DLC For 'Destiny 2'

The "Curse of Osiris" DLC will take you to Mercury this winter.

Destiny 2's first expansion, Curse of Osiris, will take the fight to Mercury

Destiny 2 isn't even a week old yet, but we're already getting our first look at its first expansion. The first expansion for Destiny 2 has been revealed, thanks to a listing on the Xbox Store....

Destiny 2's first DLC expansion is called Curse of Osiris - we're going to Mercury

You're probably still getting used to all of the stuff in Destiny 2's base game, but we already know what its first DLC expansion will be about: Mercury

Destiny 2: Xbox Store listing confirms Curse of Osiris DLC details

The first Destiny 2 DLC is indeed going to be called Curse of Osiris. The information comes by way of the Xbox Store, where the page for the first expansion has received several updates. First of all, it confirms the name that was reported late in August, prior to Destiny 2’s launch. It also confirms […]

Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris DLC details leaked by Xbox Store

Bungie has yet to officially announce Destiny 2's first DLC, but details of it are already visible on Microsoft's Xbox Store. Destiny 2 - Expansion 1: Curse of Osiris will include new story missions and adventures set on the sun-soaked planet of Mercury - specifically, its "Infinite Forest" region. Show More Summary

Destiny 2’s first DLC drop features a patrol on Mercury, storyline focusing on Osiris, the Lighthouse as a new social space – report

It seems Bungie’s post-launch content plans for Destiny 2 have been revealed ahead of time. According to a report, the first DLC drop for Destiny 2 will focus around Osiris, and supposedly it’ll be titled The Curse of Osiris. This is according to sources speaking with Kotaku, who also provided a few details pertaining to […]

The Mystery of the Spinning Ancient Egyptian Statue

4 years agoArts : Hyperallergic

A Manchester Museum doesn't know why a 10-inch tall statue of a man named Neb0-Sanu (c. 1,800 BCE), which was an offering to the Egyptian God Osiris, is spinning in its display case. One Egyptologist thinks it's a curse.

Curses: Egytian Statue In Museum ROTATES ON ITS OWN

4 years agoHumor : Geekologie

This is a time-lapse video of an Egyptian statuette of Osiris, the god of death, slowly rotating 180-degrees in its locked display case over the course of several days. Some people are convinced there's a ancient curse involved, but those people are idiots. Show More Summary

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