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Bungie Will Address Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris' Prometheus Lens Rifle Bug

Bungie Will Address Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris' Prometheus Lens Rifle Bug

It's a trace rifle that shoots laser beams and can melt any other player in less than two seconds.

Curse of Osiris raises the power level cap from 305 to 330, and naturally that means the game's stiffest challenges are being buffed to challenge powered-up players. The recommended power level for the game's toughest - and most rewarding - activities has also risen accordingly. As Kotaku reported, one of the Destiny 2 PlayStation 4 trophies requires players to complete either a strike or raid on Prestige difficulty.

Curse of Osiris is out in the wild on all platforms, giving players new story missions, strikes, and competitive multiplayer maps, but it's what the expansion has taken away that could disappoint players.




Similarly, the Prestige version of the Leviathan raid now requires a power level of 330, meaning it is inaccessible to anyone who hasn't purchased Curse of Osiris. The Dark Below expansion from the first Destiny did much of the same thing.

In addition, you'll also need the DLC to access the heroic strike playlist, which returns to Destiny 2 as part of the DLC.

Curse of Osiris released yesterday, a really nice trace rifle called Prometheus Lens was made available, and it's apparently overpowered. But for folks who haven't purchased the new content, it's become much more hard to access the high-level missions that make up the endgame. At this time neither Bungie nor Sony have commented on the issue, but we'll update you if there are any developments.