Although players without Curse of Osiris can play them, they are much more hard than they were before the launch of the new expansion. "Vanilla" players who boot up Destiny 2 will find several activities are no longer accessible without purchasing Curse of Osiris.
Endgame content in Destiny focuses on raids and the Nightfall strike, as well as the more challenging "Prestige" versions of those activities.
That's because the Curse of Osiris expansion raises the level cap for Destiny 2 characters. As Kotaku reported, one of the Destiny 2 PlayStation 4 trophies requires players to complete either a strike or raid on Prestige difficulty.More news: Chinese state-run daily publishes nuclear war safety tips
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It seems like the heroic strike playlist is locked just because it's a feature that's new to Curse of Osiris. With those now being inaccessible to base-game players, so is a platinum trophy.
Curse of Osiris released yesterday, a really nice trace rifle called Prometheus Lens was made available, and it's apparently overpowered. The recommended power level for the game's toughest - and most rewarding - activities has also risen accordingly.
According to plenty of players posting on reddit, the Exotic rifle basically annihilates others in PvP, but works as intended in PvE. Upon completing these, return to Brother Vance to activate the Heroic version of these Adventures. The Dark Below expansion from the first Destiny did much of the same thing. If you haven't picked up the game yet, we highly recommend jumping on board, and we even named it a runner-up in our "best game of 2017" awards.