Take a quick peek at the new weapons and armour of Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris

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With the state of the Destiny nation address out of the way and paving the way for a more open world of popping Fallen Dreg skulls and literally watching their spirits float away, it’s time to get hyped over Destiny 2 again. Next week may be the beginning of the end for 2017, but it’s also the end of the beginning of the end of…Wait that’s not how analogies work.

NEW DESTINY 2 CONTENT DAMMIT! Curse of Osiris, December 5 launch. A whole new world to explore, Shining, shimmering splendid. Tell me Guardian, now when did you last let your heart decide? New autorifles can open your eyes, open up Vex loot plunder by plunder. Over Mercury and under on a magic Sparrow ride!

Here’s a quick look at some of the gear that’ll be popping up in that first expansion DLC, while I dodge the raid boss known as Disney’s copyright division:

If that was perhaps too quick for you, I’ve dumped some screenshots below from the trailer, for you to peruse and examine to your heart’s content because I’m just that kind of guy.

There’s a lot of great loot ahead, and I’m kind of glad that I finally took the time to level up a Titan because that Vex armour is simply too stunning. There’s even a new grenade launcher that pumps out explosive robot spiders which chase after your foes in a fit of Kamikaze-craziness and then erupt in a shower of fiery death. Game of the year? Possibly. Ignore the fat sack of cash and replica Gjallarhorn behind me.

It’s kind of nice that one of the changes coming in the weeks ahead for Destiny, is the option to actually buy some gear again instead of flipping a token and praying that you get lucky. I’ll see y’all next week Tuesday for the expansion. Eyes up, Guardians.

Last Updated: December 1, 2017

Darryn Bonthuys

Word-slinger at Critical Hit. Inventor of the macho Swiss gym chocolate known as Testoblerone. That's...that's about it really.

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