If the raid lair is indeed the only raid content to be added in Curse of Osiris and the second expansion, this would be a change in strategy that is likely to disappoint at least some players, even if the raid lair is a completely new experience, as Bungie is saying. On Mercury is a place called the Infinite Forest, which is described as "a reality engine the Vex use to simulate all the aspects of reality that they can touch, because they are looking for something specific". Something important. The key thing here is that you'll get to explore Mercury back when it was a lush Garden World of humanity and also see it eons later, in a future where the sun has gone dark and the Vex are all that remain.
The reveal event kicks off at 11 a.m. PT on Wednesday, November 15 on Twitch.
Bungie admitted that the Raid Lair is "not as lengthy as the original Leviathan" and will provide new Raid armour weapons and cosmetics to earn.
Bungie has announced it will livestream Destiny 2 - Expansion I: Curse of Osiris on November 15th. It follows the legendary Warlock Osiris and his Ghost (voiced by Morena Baccarin, now the third Firefly actor to show up in Destiny). Heroic strikes, which were in the first game, are returning with the DLC.
Bungie Details Destiny 2 Curse Of Osiris's 'Infinite Forest' And 'Raid Lair'
We'll learn much more about Curse of Osiris over the next few weeks leading to its release. This type of content allows Bungie to add more Raid content all while fleshing out the massive Leviathan ship in a big way. Bungie also plans to bump up the Power Level requirements and rewards for the vanilla Leviathan raid, so players will still have reason to play it as well. The regular Strikes playlist isn't very rewarding once you get higher up in Power levels, so it'll be nice to have a tougher, more rewarding alternative.
Curse of Osiris will be available to those who bought Destiny 2's $35 season pass.
The stream also detailed a bit of the story to expect with Curse of Osiris.
Vikings place Sam Bradford on injured reserve, activate Teddy Bridgewater
The Vikings' 2014 first-round pick tore his ACL and dislocated the left knee during a late August practice past year . Bridgewater is expected to serve as the backup, with quarterback Kyle Sloter also on the roster.