Destiny 2 Curse of Osiris has launched this week, but there's a bit of an issue for PlayStation trophy hunters. If you haven't managed to get the Destiny 2 platinum trophy yet, then it's going to be a real struggle for some.
In the base game, you could get the platinum for completing the whole set of trophies by securing the Prestige Raid or Prestige Nightfall gold trophy. However, Light Levels have now changed due to the arrival of Curse of Osiris.
Essentially, what this means is that you will struggle to get the platinum trophy unless you buy the Curse of Osiris DLC. And even then you'll have to raise you light level higher than previously in order to obtain it.
Destiny 2 platinum trophy gets tough
The maximum light level you can tackle Prestige Nightfall if you’re just playing Destiny 2 is 305, but it suggests a 330 light level requirement. This means that unless you get Curse of Osiris and raise your Light Level, it's going to be an epic task to get that final gold trophy so you can unlock platinum – unless you’ve got some very nice high-level friends to carry you through it.
Of course, if you're the type of gamer who hunts platinum trophies, we'd guess you're also the kind of Destiny fan who has bought the DLC anyhow! Good luck!
Stay tuned for the Destiny 2 Curse of Osiris review later this week.