Overpowered New Gun Dominates Destiny 2 PvP

Bungie Will Address Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris' Prometheus Lens Rifle Bug

Destiny 2's Prometheus Lens Exotic pulse rifle is extremely overpowered in PvP, so watch your back

Without the Curse of Osiris expansion, players are stuck at the previous Power level cap of 300 (305), but the Prestige difficulty activities have moved up to requiring a Power level of 330, meaning they require the Curse of Osiris expansion to complete.

Endgame content in Destiny focuses on raids and the Nightfall strike, as well as the more challenging "Prestige" versions of those activities.

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. The Dark Below expansion from the first Destiny did much of the same thing. At least for their more exciting Prestige variants. Although players without Curse of Osiris can play them, they are much more hard than they were before the launch of the new expansion.

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Destiny 2 Curse of Osiris - Character Level and Power Level Guide details everything that you need to know about new Character Level and Power Level Caps introduced in the Curse of Osiris DLC for Destiny 2. But for folks who haven't purchased the new content, it's become much more hard to access the high-level missions that make up the endgame.

Curse of Osiris released yesterday, a really nice trace rifle called Prometheus Lens was made available, and it's apparently overpowered. What's ironic is that many hardcore Destiny players have been calling for a lower time-to-kill (TTK) in PvP.

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