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The first in a series of live streams for "Destiny 2's," "Curse of #Osiris" DLC, has recently been released revealing what to expect from the upcoming content. The new teaser where players got to see more of the warlock Osiris and Sagira also provided a glimpse of some of the gear and weaponry that are up for grabs in the upcoming expansion.

New Exotic

Eagle-eyed fans caught something in the sizzler reel that may have tickled their fancy. A weapon [VIDEO] known as The Colony which was noted to be a new grenade launcher was spotted in the video. What made it interesting is that this upcoming armament spews out kamikaze robot spiders that blow up when it directly hits an enemy.

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Missed a shot? No worries. These mechanized critters will scramble searching for an enemy to cling on to and blow up. This new exotic was manufactured by the Veist Weapon Foundry and as per PC Gamer, it was noted that the weapon has a cool reload animation.

That being said, it is worth noting the special shrine at the tower which is the one with a dozen circles on it. Per "Destiny 2" pundit More Console, each node represents a weapon a player can earn. It is also believed that each mission will reward faithful players with weapon parts which are then brought to The Forge.

Returning events and activities

Meanwhile, #Bungie has announced the return of the Iron Banner event.

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This is the first time that PC players can participate in the activity, provided that they meet the requisites. The second installment of the event will run from November 21 to 28 and the game mode this time is Clash.

A new raid activity was also revealed. Dubbed Leviathan, Eater of Worlds, the activity will take place inside the Leviathan as Bungie described it as Raid Lair. Per the developer, the Raid Lair is like a bite-sized version of the original raid since it is shorter with a Fireteam consisting of six players. Don't be fooled though. Bungie stated that albeit its size, the activity is as challenging as the original raid and added that players will die most of the time.

Bungie also made some clarification as to why Osiris [VIDEO] was seen inside the Vault of Glass in the recent teaser. The developer pointed out that it's not actually the Vault of Glass, but a "brute force" virtual reality simulation that helps them find what they're looking for. It may well seem that the warlock is also looking for that same item in the teaser. However, there's a scene where he opened some sort of portal that made him pretty much bothered. Whatever they've been looking is yet to be revealed by the "Curse of Osiris" expansion that will go live on December 5. Check out a video about "Destiny 2" below.