Join Bungie for an introduction to Osiris, the most notorious Guardian in history.
First things first, we discuss the Infinite Forest. Players will also be able to travel to the Lighthouse, the social space on Mercury that was previously exclusive for players who had gotten nine consecutive victories during a Trials of Osiris run.
The Infinite Forest will offer multiple ways to play, including visiting past, present, and future versions of Mercury, all while being different every time. "Learn about the places you'll go, the characters you'll meet, and the enemies you'll fight", said Bungie in its description of the show. Let's talk about Raid Lairs.
If you thought "new Raid content" meant an all-new Raid, you're going to be a bit disappointed by Curse of Osiris. The Raid Lair coming in Curse of Osiris is called "Leviathan, Eater of Worlds" and it takes place underneath Calus' opulent Palace.
"We're learning from and listening to all the feedback we got on Destiny 1, and we're applying it", Ward noted. It seems that you'll work with Sagira, a female-voiced ghost who Osiris threw into a warp gate that took it to Mercury's surface.
The Power requirement for the Raid Lair will be 300, with The Leviathan's Power requirement also boosted up to 300 from 270. This nugget of information is causing some players to worry that there won't be any completely brand new (not taking place within the Leviathan) raid content until whatever they have planned for after the scope of the season pass. 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.
Today's Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris event was all about story, but we learned a lot of tasty gameplay details, too. We had expected the stream to focus mainly on story, and there are some great details to chew over, but we also heard about new Activities.