Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris


Weak Man
OpenCritic Rating
56
Top Critic Average
2%
Critics Recommend
Based on 50 critic reviews
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Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris

Rating Summary

Based on 50 critic reviews
Weak Man

OpenCritic Rating

56

Top Critic Average

2%

Critics Recommend

Based on 50 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:Xbox OneDec 5, 2017
PlayStation 4Dec 5, 2017
PCDec 5, 2017

Genres: MMO, First-Person Shooter

Destiny 2 Expansion I: Curse of Osiris continues your Guardian’s journey with all-new story missions and adventures set in a new destination, Mercury. 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. Features: - Explore Mercury and its mysterious "Infinite Forest" - New story missions and adventures - New themed weapons, armor, and gear to earn - New cooperative activities - New competitive multiplayer arenas - And more...

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Curse of Osiris landed in Destiny 2 with a thud. Its campaign and story are a bust, its new content is mixed and buggy at best, and it does nothing to address the community's loud cries for fixes to the endgame. The few redeeming features are its more challenging and varied Adventures, and the Raid Lair's puzzles and tough boss battle.

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5 / 10
Metro GameCentral

A distinctly unambitious expansion that adds nothing meaningful to the parent game except a very short, and mostly dull, new story campaign.

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Consistently failing to meet the potential visible in any of its currently-slight content, Curse of Orisis does not satisfy as an expansion in its own right, or as an addition to the wider Destiny 2 ecosystem.

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The storytelling lacks punch, the new play spaces aren't used to their full potential, and the endgame loop still has problems, but Curse of Osiris has more under the hood than first appears

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