For PVP there will be new Strikes, new Crucible Arenas and a brand new selection of weapons and armour. An hour later, anyone still playing the game will be booted to the title screen, and Curse of Osiris will become available to download and install.
Then, there's the new social space.
Straight from Bungie themselves in late November, there was a livestream which showed off "The Up and Up" quest from the new Curse of Osiris expansion. These include the planet Mercury, the Vex-controlled Infinite Forest, and the Lighthouse, which is where the Followers of Osiris wait for the warlock's return. For those hoping for a new Raid, you are in luck as the expansion adds the game's first Riad Lair, Eater of Worlds. While not as lengthy as Destiny 2's Leviathan raid, it will contain new puzzles and encounters that pose just as much of a challenge. We don't know anything about the second expansion at the moment, aside from the fact that it'll be out sometime in spring 2018. For example, there are references to locations found only in the original Destiny, including the Earth's Cosmodrome, the Moon's Hellmouth, Mars, the Reef, Phobos, and the Dreadnaught. The Prison of Elders is also briefly mentioned at one point, along with the Crimson Days, the Dawning, and the Festival of the Lost (the Halloween event).
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Steelers WR JuJu Smith-Schuster knocks Bengals LB Vontaze Burfict out
It's worth noting that Smith-Schuster did apologize on Twitter after the game, saying "he didn't mean to hurt" Burfict. Brown also said, "I liked that, I liked that", when discussing the block, per Chris Adamski of the Tribune-Review.