Destiny 2 locks content, that was previously accessible to people, behind its latest Curse of Osiris DLC

Activision and Bungie have just released the Curse of Osiris DLC for Destiny 2. And according to reports, Bungie has locked some content that was previously available to people behind this new DLC.

Before the Curse of Osiris DLC, players were able to do the prestige Raid (hard mode raid), Nightfall (end-game strike with modifiers) and Trials (end-game PvP) on a weekly basis for rewards. However, these activities are no longer available to those that do not own the latest DLC.

This basically means that all three of the aforementioned activities have been moved to something like a DLC playlist. As a result of that, vanilla players can no longer access them.

The key point here is that this content has been locked from players that have already paid for it. This is precisely why gamers are against this so-called ‘service for games’. Locking people out from content they have already purchased is a really ridiculous and awful move.

Activision and Bungie have not commented yet on this. However, and since a similar thing also occurred in the first Destiny game, we don’t expect them to react on this!

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