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Destiny's upcoming "House of Wolves" expansion has gained more traction over the months than Bungie had initially expected. While "House of Wolves" will have a release as any other DLC for a game, it is considerably helped by the fact that it's a new expansion for the massively popular Destiny.

As reported, after the first live stream for the game's expansion from Bungie last week, the company is getting ready once more with a brand new Twitch live stream where it will share fresh details for Destiny's upcoming expansion.

While last week's "House of Wolves" streaming focused on the DLC's new social space 'The Reef', the expansion's upcoming stream will provide the initial details on the game's new multiplayer event called Trials of Osiris.

According to the company, Trials of Osiris is basically set to be a weekly 3v3 elimination event. Bungie explains: "The more wins your team accumulates, the greater your rewards." As revealed, these rewards are set to include all sorts of Osiris-themed gear.

The upcoming Destiny live stream is set to begin on 29 April at 11 AM PDT / 2 PM EDT. Bungie community manager David "Deej" Dague will be hosting the event live from Bungie's headquarters, while design leads Larks Bakken and Derek Carroll will be present as speakers during the event. Community member tripleWRECK is also likely to make an appearance.

In case you weren't aware, Bungie had announced last week that the Trials of Osiris will be a weekly event, running from Friday to Tuesday. The studio, at that time, had also revealed a character named Brother Vance in the Queen's Bay, the new social space, who will serve as the handler for the Trials.

In addition to the live stream for "House of Wolves", Bungie, keeping true to its mid-week strike reboots (Tuesdays, mainly), is re-tweaking all its Weekly Heroic and Nightfall Strike missions (includes raid progress made in the previous week) to offer fresh start to players.

Similar to last week, as Mashable reports, Bungie has paired the players' weekly Nightfall with the demanding 'Will of Crota' strike. "Not just that, but the Fallen and Hive enemies scattered throughout the mission bring the full range of elemental attacks. That means it's more important than ever to hang back and steer clear of incoming fire while making the most of opportunities when they present themselves," says the report. 

Check here for a full rundown of the Destiny modifiers for this week.

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