Destiny 2's newest Exotic weapons, the Prometheus Lens, is super-duper broken and overpowered and Bungie's already aware of it, the developer confirmed. It adds new challenges and raises the player level and power level cap for characters, but at the same time, the raised levels have now locked vanilla players out of content they could once access. With Destiny 2's Power level (the aggregate score of all equipped gear) now jumping up to 330-or 335 with mods attached-from the base game's 300, that means that endgame activities are seeing an increase too.
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Endgame content in Destiny focuses on raids and the Nightfall strike, as well as the more challenging "Prestige" versions of those activities. What seems a bit less natural, however, is the fact that the Prestige activities from the original game have had their power levels bumped, meaning you can't access them until you've grinded out to the new cap in the DLC. Since then, the title has introduced their first piece of downloadable content, Curse of Osiris. So far, no new abilities have been added to the base game so leveling up to level 25 is not really worth looking up to however as new abilities are added in future, they will be useful for these new levels.
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