We (TGG) just found out that Gears for Breakfast is planning to release a 100% free DLC for their or their cute-as-heck 3D platformer A hat in time, and the release is said to take place some time next year.
Bungie has posted a frank blog post admitting it "made some mistakes" regarding Destiny 2 content access - in short, the fact it last week locked various base-game activities behind a Curse of Osiris DLC paywall. Destiny 2 players could . This morning, Bungie has laid out why it made those decisions, admitted it was wrong to do so and explained how it will fix them.
Destiny 2 is a really good game – but its latest expansion, Curse of Osiris is a step or two backwards. It’s short; it’s boring and adds little of value to the base game. Worse, it lokcs players who don;t own the DLC out of previously accessible content.
Update, December 11: Bungie are making changes to how high-level vanilla Destiny 2 content is being handled in Curse of Osiris.
After another controversy following the release of Curse of Osiris, Bungie are walking back their decision to have high-level Destiny 2 content accessible only to those who’ve bought the DLC. “With Curse of Osiris now live,” say Bungie in an , “it’s clear that we’ve made some mistakes with how we have handled content access.”
Here are the details on the .
The recommended power level for the Prestige Leviathan Raid will be brought back down to 300, and rewards will be rebalanced to match. Trials of the Nine will now be exclusive for Curse of Osiris owners only when a map from the DLC is included, and the same goes for Normal Nightfall. The Prestige Nightfall, however, will remain a DLC-only activity at the new 330 power cap.
Monster Hunter series producer Ryozo Tsujimoto recently announced during a livestream that the latest entry in the series, Monster Hunter World, will receive free updates post-launch. He's now clarified those comments, confirming that additional monsters will be added to the game as DLC, free of charge.