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Destiny 2: Some Endgame Content Now DLC-Locked

From IGN - December 7, 2017
By Matt Davidson

Bungie has once again come under fire from Destiny 2's playerbase - this time, thanks to some additional restrictions imposed by the Curse of Osiris expansion, which has raised the power levels necessary for Prestige strikes beyond the capacity of vanilla Destiny 2 players.

As reported by Polygon, the expansion raises the level cap from 300 to 330; this has accordingly led to a rise in recommended power levels for the game's more challenging endgame content, which revolves around the game's Raid system and the weekly Nightfall strike. While these events are still open to everyone, the Prestige - or highest-level - versions of these activities are now locked to anyone under the power cap, meaning that any players who have not purchased Curse of Osiris can no longer access the highest-level endgame content.

In addition, the Curse of Osiris expansion sees the reintroduction of the original Destiny's heroic strike playlist, which is accessible to players below the power cap but is also locked behind the expansion.

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