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Destiny 2: Bungie announces Curse of Osiris pre-load times and weekly reset changes

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With the launch of Destiny’s first DLC the Curse of Osiris next week (5th December 2017), Bungie has announced when players can begin pre-loading the DLC and the storage requirements needed. On top of this, it has also confirmed that Daily and Weekly Reset times will be changing with the expansion.

The news was confirmed in Bungie’s latest blog post which focuses almost entirely on the Curse of Osiris DLC. Below we’ve put together all the important information you need on pre-loading and changes coming to the Daily/Weekly Reset schedule.

Curse of Osiris pre-load times

Players can begin pre-loading Curse of Osiris starting at 8:00AM PST (that’s 4:00PM BST and 11:00AM ET) on 5th December 2017.

You’ll need the following storage requirements to begin pre-loading the new content.

  • PS4: 88GB
  • Xbox One: 44GB
  • PC: 68GB

Do bear in mind that Bungie’s given us the storage requirements needed for the both the base game and Curse of Osiris. So in reality, you’ll need around 30+GB to be on the safe side.

Daily and Weekly Reset Change

Daily and Weekly Reset times are changing along with the Curse of Osiris and below you’ll find a short list of time-zone conversions for your region.

  • 9 AM PST
  • 12 PM EST
  • 5 PM GMT
  • 8 PM MSK
  • 2 AM JST
  • 4 AM AEDT
  • 6 AM NZDT

This means that the Daily and Weekly Reset should hit the servers across different regions at the same time.

Also featured in this week's blog post is a teaser trailer that showcases some of the brand new weapons and armour sets you'll be able to obtain in the Curse of Osiris. We've covered it in detail, so make sure you see what goodies on offer!

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