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Curse of Osiris is the first paid expansion to Destiny 2, released on December 5, 2017.[1] It constituted the first half of the Destiny 2 Expansion Pass releases, and added new content to the game such as a story campaign, strikes, Crucible maps, weapons and armor, and a Raid Lair activity. The story of the expansion revolves around the introduction of Osiris to the franchise, a character long-anticipated by fans familiar with his presence in the Grimoire of Destiny.

This expansion and its accompanying campaign, strike, and Raid Lair content entered the Destiny Content Vault on November 10, 2020.[2]

Description

Bungie[3]
Continue your Guardian's journey through all-new missions and adventures that explore a brand-new world, Mercury. Uncover the true story of the greatest Warlock who ever lived, unravel the mystery of the Infinite Forest, and stop the Vex from ushering in a dark future where only they remain.

Characters

Major Characters Major Antagonists Minor Antagonists
  • Panoptes, Infinite Mind
  • Dendron, Root Mind
  • Valus Thuun

Plot

The events of Curse of Osiris are set in motion when Osiris and Sagira are ambushed in the Infinite Forest, prompting Osiris to send his Ghost back to Mercury.[4][5] She is damaged in the process, only to be revived by the Guardian with the assistance of the Followers of Osiris after being brought to Ikora Rey by the Vanguard leader's Hidden.[4] Sagira then guides the Guardian into the Infinite Forest, where they are met by the Reflections of Osiris. As the Guardian is guided to the Vex simulation of the future doomed Lighthouse, Panoptes, Infinite Mind arrives, and attacks.[5] A Reflection of Osiris provides an escape for the Guardian, who is afterwards sent by Ikora to the Pyamidion on Io in search of a map of the Infinite Forest to be used in locating Panoptes, to save Osiris. The map isn't there, but Sagira locates a point within the Infinite Forest where they might find it.[6]

After retrieving the map, Sagira realizes she needs the processing power of a Vex mind to locate Panoptes therein, leading the Guardian to Nessus to find one suitable for the task.[7] Unfortunately, upon defeating the mind and connecting its processor to a nearby conflux, the processor shorts out, rendering the map useless. However, Ikora realizes that they can find the Infinite Mind by rewinding time within the Infinite Forest to the inception of Panoptes, and then run time forward to ascertain its location in the present.[8] So the Guardian returns to the Infinite Forest, fighting through Vex until the initial algorithm of the Infinite Forest and, by extension, Panoptes, is obtained. But upon retrieving it, the Infinite Mind arrives, taking Sagira, and ejecting the Guardian from the Forest.[9] Ikora forces open the gateway to the Infinite Forest without Sagira, upon which the Guardian enters and pursues Panoptes. However, after some fighting, Panoptes incapacitates the Guardian, attempting to delete them from the Forest. This is until Osiris finally arrives, drawing the Infinite Mind's attention and assisting the Guardian in dealing the final blow to the Vex Mind, defeating it, and freeing Sagira.[10]

Trailers

Editions and Related Releases

Digital Standard Edition

Curse of Osiris was available for purchase digitally upon launch for $19.99 USD.[11] This expansion, as well as all Destiny 2 Year 1 content was made available for free as part of Destiny 2: New Light, which launched alongside Shadowkeep on October 1, 2019.[12]

Destiny 2 Expansion Pass

The expansion was also bundled with Warmind as part of the Destiny 2 Expansion Pass, which was available for purchase at the launch of Destiny 2 for $34.99 USD.[11] The expansion pass was included as part of the Digital Deluxe, Limited, and Collector's editions of Destiny 2, and was also available as part of a bundle with Destiny 2 at a discounted price.[13]

Forsaken

In addition to being included in the Forsaken: Complete Collection upon Forsaken's launch,[14] Curse of Osiris and Warmind were eventually both bundled in with every purchase of Forsaken as of October 16, 2018.[15]

Soundtrack

The original soundtrack of the Curse of Osiris expansion shared its release with the Warmind original soundtrack, and was never sold individually. It is only available bundled with a purchase of the Forsaken original soundtrack on the Bungie Store. Of the 21 tracks included in the collection, the first ten belong to the Curse of Osiris soundtrack. The runtime of these ten tracks is 32 minutes and 23 seconds.

Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris/Warmind Original Soundtrack
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Composed by Michael Salvatori, Skye Lewin, C Paul Johnson, Rotem Moav, and Pieter Schlosser.
DISC 1
1 Garden World 4:00
2 Convergence, Part 1 2:19
3 Convergence, Part 2 3:29
4 The Wake 2:44
5 Mercury's Golden Age 4:05
6 Eater of Worlds 3:18
7 Tree of Probabilities 1:59
8 Out of Time 3:15
9 Fields of Glass 3:09
10 All the Time in the World 4:11
11 A God on Mars 6:50
12 Warmind 6:14
13 A Guardian's Past 3:43
14 Valkyrie 4:32
15 Hellas Basin 4:32
16 The Frozen Horde 3:09
17 Beneath the Ice 3:09
18 A Traitor to the Empire 3:19
19 Nokris 2:34
20 Hive Extermination 4:44
21 Silence and Shadow 3:55
21 tracks // 1 hour 19 minutes

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Gallery

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Destiny 2. (4 December 2017). Destiny 2 – Expansion I: Curse of Osiris Launch Trailer. Youtube. Retrieved 12 June 2021.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Bungie. Destiny Content Vault: Year 4. Retrieved 12 June 2021.
  3. Bungie. Curse of Osiris. Retrieved 12 June 2021.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Bungie. (5 December 2017). The Gateway. Ishtar Collective. Retrieved 12 June 2021.
  5. 5.0 5.1 Bungie. (5 December 2017). Beyond Infinity. Ishtar Collective. Retrieved 12 June 2021.
  6. Bungie. (5 December 2017). Deep Storage. Ishtar Collective. Retrieved 12 June 2021.
  7. Bungie. (5 December 2017). Tree of Probabilities. Ishtar Collective. Retrieved 12 June 2021.
  8. Bungie. (5 December 2017). Hijacked. Ishtar Collective. Retrieved 12 June 2021.
  9. Bungie. (5 December 2017). A Garden World. Ishtar Collective. Retrieved 12 June 2021.
  10. Bungie. (5 December 2017). Omega. Ishtar Collective. Retrieved 12 June 2021.
  11. 11.0 11.1 Sarkar, S. (5 December 2017). Here’s when you can play Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris. Polygon. Retrieved 12 June 2021.
  12. Cozmo. This Week at Bungie - 9/19/2019. Bungie. Retrieved 12 June 2021.
  13. Reed, C. (23 August 2017). A Complete Guide to Destiny 2's Preorder Bonuses. IGN. Retrieved 12 June 2021.
  14. Gamestop. Destiny 2: Forsaken Complete Collection. Archived by Wayback Machine 8 May 2021.
  15. Cozmo. (11 October 2018). This Week at Bungie – 10/11/2018. Bungie. Retrieved 12 June 2021.


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