Destiny 2: Curse Of Osiris New Weapons And Armor List

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2017-12-05
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Destiny 2 got its first expansion this week—Curse of Osiris has given players more than a dozen new exotic items to add to their collections. It’s hard to know how long it will take players to uncover all the new equipment from the game’s first DLC, but the items uncovered in the 24 hours immediately after Curse of Osiris’ debut will take many Destiny fans weeks to retrieve.

The new exotics have been uncovered via several methods. Some players have just been lucky with their Illuminated Engrams—the Season 2 version of Bright Engrams—while others have been given exotic gear as a reward for completing new missions.

It’ll be a few more days until we find out what new equipment awaits inside the first Leviathan raid lair, Eater of Worlds. Bungie already confirmed the next section of the planet-eating vessel offers new rewards. It’s also a safe bet that the studio has hidden other powerful equipment the Destiny community has yet to discover. You might want to bookmark this page if you’re hoping to eventually track down all the new exotic gear from the game’s first expansion.

Here’s all the new exotic loot Curse of Osiris adds to Destiny 2:

Kinetic Weapons

Crimson

  • Hand Cannon

  • Magazine:

The Jade Rabbit

  • Scout Rifle

  • Magazine: 10

Energy Weapons

Prometheus Lens

  • Trace Rifle

  • Magazine: 77

Power Weapons

Telesto

  • Fusion Rifle

  • Magazine: 4

The Colony

  • Grenade Launcher

  • Magazine:

Helmets

Graviton Forfeit

  • Increases the duration of any invisibility effects. Your melee recharges faster while you are invisible.

Helm of Saint-14

  • Your Ward of Dawn blinds enemies that enter it. Guarding with Sentinel Shield temporarily blinds nearby enemies.

Khepri’s Horn

  • Solar damage kills recharge your Barricade, which unleashes a blast of Solar energy when summoned.

The Stag

  • Grants Rift energy when you are critically wounded. On your death, creates a brief healing rift on your corpse.

Chest Armor

Vesper of Radius

  • Rifts release an Arc shockwave when cast. Rift energy recharges faster when you are surrounded by enemies.

Gauntlets

Aeon Safe

  • Summoning a barricade grants the following to nearby Aeon Cult allies: Grenade energy to Warlocks, Barricade energy to Titans and Dodge energy to Hunters. Other allies receive a fraction of the shared energy.

Aeon Soul

  • Throwing grenades grants the following to nearby Aeon Cult allies: Grenade energy to Warlocks, Barricade energy to Titans and Dodge energy to Hunters. Other allies receive a fraction of the shared energy.

Aeon Swift

  • Dodging grants the following to nearby Aeon Cult allies: Grenade energy to Warlocks, Barricade energy to Titans and Dodge energy to Hunters. Other allies receive a fraction of the shared energy.

Ophidian Aspect

  • Weapons ready and reload very quickly. Melee range is extended.

Shinobu’s Vow

  • Improves Skip Grenade, and you gain an additional Skip Grenade charge.

Boots

Gemini Jester

  • Dodging disorients nearby enemies and temporarily removes their radars.

Mk. 44 Stand Asides

  • Grants an overshield when sprinting at full health with Seismic Strike, Hammer Strike, or Shield Bash equipped. Hits with these abilities recharge a portion of your melee energy.

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Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris is available for PS4, Xbox One and PC.

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