For whatever ghastly reason, Bungie has made it mandatory to own the Curse of Osiris expansion pack before diving into the Destiny 2 Leviathan Prestige raid.
The unorthodox decision from the developer has the community fuming with anger because the specific content was part of the original purchase. Hence, it has already been paid for and should not be suddenly locked away behind another pay-wall.
“I paid for the raid with my vanilla purchase,” reads a new thread on Reddit. “I should only be locked out of new content, not content I previously had access to.”
Forcing the community to spend more to access content that millions already had access to before is downright insulting. In that light, we are hoping it to be an error. If not, this will not go down well for the developer in the days to come.
Bungie needs to quickly clarify the issue because taking away the Destiny 2 Leviathan Prestige raid means that it could possibly take away other vanilla content as well. Once again, this is content that has already been paid for.
The Leviathan raid arrived one week after Destiny 2 was released in early September. The Prestige variation basically increases the difficulty level for a greater challenge and better rewards.
Last week, Bungie released much-awaited details for how it plans to make Destiny 2 better in terms of satisfaction. The first mega update in this initiative arrived with Curse of Osiris earlier today. Another update is planned for next week, with more to arrive from January onward.