Destiny 2 Curse of Osiris Release Times & File Sizes Revealed

Bungie has announced the release times of the Destiny 2 Curse of Osiris DLC expansion. The launch of the DLC will come after server maintenance, scheduled to happen on Tuesday, December 5th. You can start downloading the update a couple of hours before the server maintenance is done, though, so you can start playing as soon as possible.

Destiny 2 Curse of Osiris Release Times & File Sizes Revealed
Destiny 2 Curse of Osiris Release Times & File Sizes Revealed

The launch of the first Destiny 2 expansion, Curse of Osiris, is just around the corner. Guardians around the world are certainly polishing their weapons, preparing to explore Mercury and all its mysteries. Meanwhile, Bungie is preparing for the launch of Update 1.1.0, which will introduce the Curse of Osiris DLC. According to Bungie’s Twitter, servers will go down for maintenance on Tuesday, December 5th. After it’s over, and you download the update, you’ll be able to start playing Curse of Osiris.

According to the same tweet, servers will be down between 7 AM PST and 10 AM PST. In other words, maintenance should be done by 1 PM EST / 7 PM CET / 6 PM GMT, etc. That being said, you’ll be able to start downloading the Curse of Osiris DLC a solid while earlier, according to another tweet from Bungie. You can “preloading” the Destiny 2 expansion at 8 AM PST / 11 AM EST / 5 PM CET / 4 PM GMT. That way, you can start playing as soon as server maintenance is over.

In the meantime, you should make sure that you have enough hard drive space to house the Curse of Osiris expansion. The file sizes are as follows (via GameSpot): 88 GB on PlayStation 4, 44 GB on Xbox One, and 68 GB on PC. As GameSpot points out, this probably takes the size of the base game, as well. The Curse of Osiris is a part of the Destiny 2 Expansion Pass, which costs $35. Other than that, you can pick it up on its own for $20.

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