One video in particular that's been making the rounds online (from YouTube user SuperBrunch) highlights the weapon's over-effectiveness as the player takes down 6 players in just 30 seconds using Prometheus Lens.
Previously, participating in the "Prestige" difficulty mode for Destiny 2's Nightfall strikes required players to be at the power level cap for the game: 300. What seems a bit less natural, however, is the fact that the Prestige activities from the original game have had their power levels bumped, meaning you can't access them until you've grinded out to the new cap in the DLC. At least for their more exciting Prestige variants. Destiny 2 features two levels for identifying player progress in the game. Although players without Curse of Osiris can play them, they are much more hard than they were before the launch of the new expansion.
So if you're playing on Destiny 2 without the expansion, you're stuck at 305 Power Level and left out in the cold from the nice 330 endgame content.Читайте также: Internet Association urges FCC to delay the vote for repealing net neutrality
Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris also adds "Heroic" strikes, which are more hard versions of the regular strikes, and these are also locked to standard Destiny 2 players.
Curse of Osiris increases the character level up to 25 from 20. Those who bought and paid for Destiny 2 ought to have access to all of the content that they paid for without the fear that it will suddenly become more hard, or as is the case here, inaccessible altogether. This shouldn't pose too much of a problem, but players may find waiting times for matchmaking to increase as more players choose to forgo the standard difficulty in favor of Heroic.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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