Destiny 2's first DLC will reportedly release in December, feature a new Patrol area and social space on Mercury
Destiny 2's first post-launch downloadable content will be called "The Curse of Osiris" and is scheduled to be released this December, according to a report by Kotaku.
Currently, Destiny 2's season pass features two expansions, and Kotaku says that this first one will be all about legendary Warlock Osiris and his endeavors on the planet Mercury.
In the first Destiny, players participated in the Trials of Osiris, a popular competitive multiplayer mode. In Trials, players were rewarded for going undefeated with exclusive loot in a place called The Lighthouse on Mercury.
Kotaku's sources say "The Curse of Osiris" will feature a Patrol zone and a social space on Mercury, which has been transformed and repurposed by a robot race called the Vex.
The first DLC's story will revolve around saving Osiris from the Vex, as he was once exiled from the rest of humanity for his obsession with the Darkness, a mysterious evil force.
"The Curse of Osiris" will undoubtedly be compared to Destiny's first expansion, "The Dark Below," which was received poorly by players for its short length and disappointing Raid, Crota's End. Kotaku's report did not mention if the DLC would feature a new Raid.
Destiny 2 launches next week on Sept. 6 for consoles, and on Oct. 24 for PC.