Curse of Osiris will introduce a wealth of new content to Destiny 2. The Destiny 2 servers will be going offline at 7 AM Pacific and returning at 10 AM Pacific.
If you need help with anything else on Destiny 2, including how to beat the Leviathan Raid, as well as the full schedule for the elite Trials of the Nine mode, then head on over to our Destiny 2 guides walkthrough hub. In this post, we have listed the Exact Time When You Can Start Curse of Osiris DLC and When You Can Start Playing Curse of Osiris. Two hours later, at 10 AM Pacific, Bungie expects maintenance to be over, so that'll be the earliest you can dive into Curse of Osiris.
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EA claims that the changes listed below are just the initial steps toward making much larger updates to the progression system. This is to help players to craft the Star Cards that they want at a quicker speed than they were doing before.
Once that second phase of maintenance kicks in at 8 AM, you'll be able to begin downloading Curse of Osiris. Various platforms have their own way of doing this while you're away from your PC, PS4 or Xbox One, so I can't really help you there.
Team up and take on new Strikes, compete in new Crucible Arenas, and earn powerful new weapons and armour. Of course, there will also be new gear to unlock, with a bunch of new weapons and armor to outfit your Guardians with. There will also be an entirely new boss that will keep players busy.
The trailer even shows a short glimpse inside the Raid Lair, called "Eater of Worlds", which goes against previous Bungie philosophy of not showing or teasing much about Raid activities. We don't know anything about the second expansion at the moment, aside from the fact that it'll be out sometime in spring 2018.