Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris Reviews

Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris is ranked in the 11th percentile of games scored on OpenCritic.
4 / 10
Dec 20, 2017

This DLC falls flat like its story, Don't expect major changes, it just gives more of what the players of Destiny want.

Review in Arabic | Read full review

4 / 10.0
Dec 15, 2017

The stupid DLC - is expensive and does not offer for its price almost nothing good. It remains only to regret those who hurried and spent on the season ticket.

Review in Russian | Read full review

MMOGames
Top Critic
4 / 10.0
Dec 26, 2017

Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris feels like rushed DLC that was never expected to fix what the glaring problems with the base game. Rather than attempt anything, the lazy additions come off as what would in any other game be added in a free content patch, a skeletal selection of missions and events that are both minuscule in scope and forgettable at the same time.

Read full review

4 / 10.0
Dec 12, 2017

Soon to be mentioned in a "not working as intended" faux apology, Destiny 2's Curse of Osiris DLC is just bad. It offers nothing of substance and wastes all of its good ideas while asking you to pay $20. Skip it if you value your sanity, raid lair or no raid lair.

Read full review

4 / 10.0
Jan 10, 2018

For better or worse, Curse of Osiris is more of the same.

Read full review

4.9 / 10.0
Jan 8, 2018

Unless you've already bought this as part of a season pass, don't waste your money on Curse of Osiris until Bungie actually changes direction, and I'm not talking about executing their proposed changes which painfully miss the mark yet again. The base game of Destiny 2 is a great shooter for 50-60 hours of solid content on your first play through of a redemptive story. But there is no endgame to keep going beyond that and there isn't anything packaged into this DLC than enhances that initial experience. At this point, if you're desperate for a looter/shooter then either fire up Destiny 1 again, watch Anthem videos on YouTube and hope for a brighter Q4 2018, or else maybe go give the Division a chance. It had a dumpster fire launch but can be had on the cheap now and I hear it's become a very good game in its current state.

Read full review

5 / 10.0
Sep 11, 2018

Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris disappoints providing a short campaign with a sporadic narrative.

Read full review

PowerPyx
PowerPyx
5 / 10
Dec 6, 2017

A DLC that locks main game content? Yes, it exists, and it’s called Curse of Osiris. If you have the main game but not the DLC it has locked content that was previously accessible to you. Now locked behind a DLC paywall: Prestige Strikes, Prestige Raids, Trials, and the Platinum Trophy / 1000 Gamerscore. This is content you already paid for with the main game. The introduction of the DLC stole all of this away from base game players. Whether this is an ‘inventive’ way to push a DLC purchase or just a mishap, it’s a slap in the face to all Destiny 2 players and divides the player base. $20 is way too pricy for a 2 hour story and tiny new area. When a full game is $60, a $20 DLC should be one third the size, not one tenth.

Read full review

5 / 10.0
Dec 23, 2017

Far from fixing some of the endgame problems with Destiny 2, Curse of Osiris gave us a disappointing campaign, short contents and mediocre activities.

Review in Spanish | Read full review

5 / 10
Dec 19, 2017

Curse of Osiris doesn't really do anything to enhance the Destiny 2 experience, aside from the new raid and some nice quality of life upgrades.

Read full review

2.5 / 5.0
Dec 11, 2017

In the same year we got great expansions like The Frozen Wilds for Horizon Zero Dawn, Defiant Honor for Nioh and In The Name of the Tsar for Battlefield 1, it's amazing how dull Destiny 2 – Expansion I: Curse of Osiris is.

Read full review

5 / 10.0
Dec 12, 2017

Curse of Osiris is a great example of how not to make a paid DLC. The product looks like it was stitched together from some previously discarded elements. It should be free, especially since the developers promised more frequent content updates this time around. Bungie should learn from creators of The Division (a great free DLC) or Horizon (great paid The Frozen Wilds).

Review in Polish | Read full review

5 / 10
Dec 26, 2017

Sadly, Destiny 2 : Curse of Osiris offers a really short and unsatisfying campaign. The story is unengaging and the whole content feels a bit weak, even if the new raid deserves to be tried.

Review in French | Read full review

50 / 100
Dec 13, 2017

A pretty disappointing piece of DLC. We hope that Bungie will learn the lesson and make a better game in the future.

Review in Spanish | Read full review

Dec 7, 2017

Full of repetition, "Curse of Osiris" feels like a step back for "Destiny 2."

Read full review

5 / 10
Dec 7, 2017

Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris is ultimately more Destiny 2 for those who want it, and that would be fine if it wasn't stuffed with so much squandered potential. For its asking price, there's no reason not to expect more from this first expansion. The story missions range from okay to insultingly dull, and the one truly interesting concept that Bungie introduces -- the Infinite Forest -- ends up being little more than a tedious shooting gallery. The most frustrating part of all this is that the developer has been here before, and it still insists on repeating the same mistakes all over again.

Read full review

Dec 7, 2017

Destiny 2 Curse of Osiris was wholly underwhelming, and I hope very much that Bungie steps their game up for the second expansion.

Read full review

5 / 10.0
Dec 6, 2017

A DLC that as is, is up there with House of Wolves as the worst Destiny add-on to date. It's a stop-gap solution meant to spackle some of the game's cracks, and the real coat of paint hasn't quite come yet.

Read full review

5 / 10
Dec 11, 2017

Destiny 2's first DLC expansion, Curse of Osiris, adds lots of filler and little substance.

Read full review

Dec 19, 2017

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.

Read full review