Bungie’s Destiny 2 isn’t out yet but sources speaking to Kotaku’s Jason Schreier offered some new information on what the first DLC will include.
The first DLC drop will be in December and is called The Curse of Osiris. It focuses on Osiris, the unseen figurehead for the Trials of Osiris in Destiny, and players will apparently have to save him from the Vex.
Along with a new Patrol Zone set on Mercuy, players will also be able to use the Lighthouse as a new Social Space. In Destiny, the Lighthouse was limited to those who scored nine wins straight in Trials of Osiris.
If you’re not too excited about the DLC, then the base Destiny 2 experience should have a decent amount of content for you. Bungie noted that there will be over 80 missions and activities to complete with its testers taking 55 hours before reaching a progression cliff. It’s out on September 6th for Xbox One and PS4 with the PC version releasing on October 24th.