I suppose the odds of a new sub-class showing up this early are pretty slim, but then, we never would have thought we'd be getting expansion details and have players looking forward to end-game content a couple days after launch! The DLC will add a new zone, called Infinite Forest, which is presumably were the patrol will be. It will bring additional content like new weapons, new armors, new single and co-op mission and maybe more.
If you want to extend your Destiny 2 journey with Curse of Osiris, you can buy it as part of the Destiny 2 Expansion Pass, which is available now for $34.99. "The DLC's story will revolve around saving Osiris - who has been mentioned quite a bit in Destiny lore but not yet seen in the game - from the robotic alien Vex", Kotaku reported.
"Journey through time and space to learn the secrets of Osiris, avert a dark future, and rebuild the ties between the legendary Warlock and his greatest student-Ikora Rey", the listing says.
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Curse of Osiris will include new story missions and adventures set on the sun-soaked planet of Mercury - specifically, its "Infinite Forest" region.
We will update you as soon as Bungie reveal what is included in the Curse of Osiris Expansion, and when it is due to release, as soon as we know. The aforementioned DLC will be the first of the hugely popular sequel. "It's real", said Eric Osborne, marketing director at the studio, on Twitter today. Though that's unlikely to be the focus of Curse of Osiris, it's perhaps entwined in the story. "Curse of Osiris is not a leak".