The last scheduled maintenance period of Destiny 2 turned out to be shorter than expected, and the game is back online. Along with this, Bungie has released the 1.1.0 update and the Curse of Osiris DLC, marking the release of the first DLC expansion for Destiny 2 for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
Update 1.1.0 is a substantial patch . Finally it presents the improvements of PS4 Pro and Xbox One X for the shooter; both receive HDR support, while the Pro version gets a dynamic 4K resolution and Xbox One X gets 4K native. There is no indication of whether HDR support will be added for owners of Xbox One S or PS4.
In another part of the patch, there are numerous changes in balance, bug fixes, and other settings. Super skills now inflict more damage to bosses, players begin to regain health sooner even with a low Recovery stat, numerous types of grenades inflict more damage (while pulse grenades have been nerfes) and have been adjusted different types of weapons. For example, automatic precision rifles see an increase in damage but a reduction in precision modifier.
To compensate for the upper limit of Curse of Osiris, the recommended power levels for certain activities are now different. Nightfall requires a power level of 270 or 300 for the Prestige version. Leviathan Raid recommends 300 or 330 for the Prestige version. For guided games, Nightfall still suggests 270, but the suggestion of Leviathan's power level is 310.
The rewards have changed in some cases, with Crucible matches on the fast and competitive playlists that now distribute items rare and legendary more frequently. You will also earn more XP to finish a game. Other changes 1.1.0 affect specific skills and class equipment, while others are frankly fun. An issue that has been addressed is described as follows: "Cabal Gladiators sometimes have a horrible arm elasticity when they are defeated during the Cabal Drill Public Events."
This is all in addition to what Curse of Osiris brings to the game. Players who buy the DLC can now visit Mercury and participate in new missions, win new teams and more. In addition, Bungie plans to launch another update of Destiny 2 next week that renews and introduces more new systems, such as adding weapons from Masterworks. For now, you can see everything that has changed in the 1.1.0 update here. Also keep in mind that the 1.1.0 release marks the beginning of Season 2, which means that the contents of Bright Engrams have changed, the clan levels have been reset, and more.