30 November 2017 - 23:36

Destiny 2 servers will be down for 6 hours tomorrow to prepare for next week's Curse of Osiris DLC

You can pre-load the expansion on Tuesday morning.
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Destiny 2's servers will go down for six hours of maintenance tomorrow, Dec. 1, in preparation for next week's Curse of Osiris expansion, Bungie confirmed today.

The maintenance is scheduled to begin at 10am CT and end at 4pm CT, but timings are subject to change, as the downtime could be shorter or longer than expected.

In place of yesterday's canceled stream, which was set to show off some of the new weapons and gear coming in Curse of Osiris, Bungie released a short trailer instead. Lots of cool new weapons are on display.

Bungie also confirmed that pre-loading Curse of Osiris begins on launch day, Dec. 5, at 10am CT, one hour before it releases on all three platforms. Players will need 88 GB of storage on PS4, 44 GB on Xbox One, and 68 GB on PC to download the expansion.

One last maintenance window will happen on Dec. 5. At the end of that maintenance period, Curse of Osiris will be released and playable.

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