Its that time of year again. When family and friends come home to embark on new adventures. This’s right, we’re speaking about the Curse of Osiris DLC for Destiny 2, and now we learned just when we’ll be in a position to pre-load it and also just how much memory our processes will probably need.
While the expansion itself is put to launch on December 5, pre-loading enables players to be certain that the game is downloaded so that they are prepared to jump back into their fireteam whenever the DLC falls. The thing is that lovers won’t be able to “pre-load” till the afternoon that the game launches. You can expect to be able to start downloading Curse of Osiris at 8 Gamble PST / 11 a.m. EST..
Bungie has to say what time precisely the DLC will remain but make sure you check back here when they perform.
Pre-loading will require a specific amount of space. Superior thing players may start deleting things they don’t need off of their hard drives. The size of the download will vary, though Bungie quotes these dimensions (including the base game) so as to manage to Have Sufficient space for everything:
Thankfully the launching windows have all synced up following the release of Destiny 2 on PC a bit. It is possible to check out the latest trailer, featuring a few of these DLC’so new weapons and armor here, or you are able to read about how Amazon’s latest Echo update will allow you to give voice commands from Destiny 2 here.