DESTINY 2 developer Bungie is working on a fix for a problem that has cropped up since the Curse of Osiris update.

Destiny 2 Prometheus Lens problem: Curse of Osiris exotic weapons hitting Crucible

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Destiny 2 Curse of Osiris has one major problem

2 developer Bungie is working on the first major update for Curse of Osiris.

Since the launch of the Curse of Osiris DLC, fans have noticed a problem with the Prometheus Lens Trace Rifle.

The Prometheus Lens Trace Rifle launched with a bug that has made it hugely overpowered (via Eurogamer).

Indeed, Crucible players are taking advantage of the weapon’s range, accuracy and power.

This has led to a series of complaints on Reddit, where fans have questioned how Bungie didn’t spot this in testing.

Bungie community manager Deej has addressed the issue on Twitter, telling followers that more will be revealed in this week’s Bungie blog.

“Prometheus Lens shipped with a bug,” the tweet reads. “We’ll address the issue and talk solutions in ‘This Week At Bungie’ on the blog.”

Curse of Osiris takes players to Mercury in search of legendary Guardian Osiris.

“Curse of Osiris is Destiny 2’s first expansion and sends you back to the stars to solve a new mystery,” reads the official description.

“The Vex are on the march, and our only hope to stop them may lie with Osiris, the notorious heretic and most powerful Warlock in the history of the Last City. On your quest to find him, you’ll meet new characters, explore new places, tackle new challenges, and earn some sweet new loot.”

The DLC features new story missions, a new destination, an increased power cap, new weapons, armour and more.

It also launched alongside a new update. You can see the patch notes below…

General

Grenades

Titan

Hunter

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