Curse of Osiris wont save Destiny 2 from players unrealistic expectations
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This week, Bungie released the first expansion to its online-only shooter Destiny 2, called Curse of Osiris. The new content comes at a challenging time for the game, as its vocal and divided player base has hit a fever pitch over the state of the series and whether it can be redeemed. A few months after launch, Destiny 2 is a game that finds itself being pulled in every direction by the many contingents of its community, resulting in diametrically opposed opinions on the game and the direction it should take. Its an environment that taints every discussion about the future of Destiny 2.
Amid all of this turmoil, Curse of Osiris is a solid step forward that brings much-needed improvements and more content to a community of players…