Destiny 2 takes pity on non-Curse of Osiris owners, challenges players to snowball fights

    
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Those who have elected not to pick up Destiny 2’s first DLC might have felt like they were being shut out of more progression and content than was fair. Bungie agreed with this, and in Patch 1.1.1.1, the team made several changes to accommodate the “have nots” of the playerbase.

Non-owners can now progress to power level 300 without disruption and engage in the Leviathan raid and the standard Trials of the Nine maps. Previously, Curse of Osiris made the trials inaccessible to the base game owners even if the launch maps were featured, which rankled more than one member of the community.

The patch also added in “masterworks” legendary weapons that will start to drop when a character has topped power level 250. These weapons have bonus stats and generate orbs when multiple mobs are killed.

Bungie said that it will be talking about the next major update in January. In the meanwhile, players can enjoy Destiny 2’s winter wonderland and a few snowball fights.

Source: Bungie
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SGT Toca

I still don’t get how Bungie, after years of developement, managed to launch a game that has less content than the original one (that was in itself lacking it) and is actually worse.

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Pepperzine

Because they knew they’d get away with it based on the sales of the first one and all of its dlc. Watch them release a third one with the same or less content, and it still sell well.

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Armsbend

That is game development 2017.

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Danny Smith

Simple: Overwatch made over a billion dollars from lockbox whales and now thats the core focus of every game activision publishes from now on. Guess who calls the shots for Bungie?

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SGT Toca

Well that doesn’t mean Bungie had to develop such a piece of crap game, they could’ve sold lockboxes in a nice game too

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Zora

In other news, the chocolate ration has been increased to 20 grams…