Bungie Will Address Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris' Prometheus Lens Rifle Bug
Dec 07 2017 by Joanne Wise
Previously, participating in the "Prestige" difficulty mode for Destiny 2's Nightfall strikes required players to be at the power level cap for the game: 300.
If you want to see just how bad the Solar-based weapon treats your sweet can, in Curse of Osiris, here's a clip from iBLINKtv's Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris stream. Providing an extra challenge, players are able to take on Heroic Adventures, a version that ups the difficulty level and rewards with loot essential to complete other Curse of Osiris activities. But the Prestige variants of both activities require players to be at the power cap, and it's now impossible to reach that cap unless you buy Curse of Osiris. Although players without Curse of Osiris can play them, they are much more hard than they were before the launch of the new expansion. Destiny 2 features two levels for identifying player progress in the game. That means that the Destiny 2 Platinum trophy is now unobtainable without the expansion.
In addition, you'll also need the DLC to access the heroic strike playlist, which returns to Destiny 2 as part of the DLC.
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Curse of Osiris increases the character level up to 25 from 20.
While it's understandable that endgame activities will shift with the living game and require the latest expansion, it's up to the developer to maintain a balance if they are going to split the playerbase with paid additional content.
This isn't the first time Bungie has done this with Destiny.