Bungie's "Destiny 2" is finally arriving next week, but ahead of the highly anticipated release of the game is some new information on its first post-release DLC. According to Gamespot, some information on the game's first DLC, which is reportedly titled "The Curse of Osiris" and is set to arrive sometime in December. The news is exciting for fans of the upcoming sequel to the 2014 game who are looking forward to exploring new content that was hinted in the first game. The leak also indicates that the upcoming first DLC for "Destiny 2" will focus on an exiled Warlock named Osiris and his story.

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Fans may remember a character called Osiris from "Destiny," specifically from the "Trials of Osiris" competitive multiplayer mode. But what exactly can fans expect from "The Curse of Osiris" DLC?

Mission to save Osiris

According to Kotaku, the upcoming "The Curse of Osiris" DLC for "Destiny 2" will include a "patrol zone on the planet Mercury and a social space on the Lighthouse." Fans of the franchise would remember that the Lighthouse was only previously accessible to players who succeeded in the "Trials of Osiris." The "Trials of Osiris" competitive multiplayer mode enabled the best players to be recruited into the Disciples of Osiris.

In the upcoming planned post-release DLC, the story will follow the player as he tries to save Osiris from the "robotic alien" called Vex. What does Vex have to do with Osiris? Fans will have to wait for Bungie's official announcement regarding "The Curse of Osiris," as the leak did not mention anything more than the information provided.

Bungie announces new Harvey campaign

In other "Destiny 2 [VIDEO]" news, Bungie has launched a campaign to support relief efforts for those affected by Hurricane Harvey. The studio released a collectible 1.5-inch heart pin that has a price tag of $15. It's now available at the Bungie Store and all proceeds will go to the Bungie Foundation, which in turn will surrender the money to the non-profit Direct Relief. This isn't the first time the two organizations are working together, as in 2015, the Bungie Foundation and Direct Relief also teamed up to sell t-shirts to raise over $1 million for the Nepal earthquake victims, as per Gamespot.

"Destiny 2" is set to launch on September 6 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One users, and October 24 for PC players. The open beta is currently underway for the upcoming online-only multi player first-person shooter video game from Bungie.