First-person shooter Destiny 2 is getting updates for Xbox One X and PS4 Pro next month, developer Bungie announced.

Updates for both consoles arrive on December 5. Season Two and the Curse of Osiris DLC also launch on the same day.

Bungie did not provide a long list of patch notes, only mentioning that the update will include high dynamic range (HDR) lighting support, which will deliver "stunning gameplay," and adaptive 4K resolution for the PS4 Pro and 4K on the Xbox One X.

"If you're migrating to these new consoles, or already have, we'll make it worth your investment," said Bungie in the official announcement.

Released last Nov. 7, the Xbox One X is the most powerful gaming console available in the market, easily surpassing the PS4 Pro in regards to sheer hardware power. It's capable of rendering games in 4K resolution with 60 fps, turning games like Call of Duty: WWII and Assassin's Creed: Origins into absolute visual spectacles.

A mid-generation upgrade for the Xbox One, the Xbox One X is priced at $500, which is double the price of the Xbox One S. But for half a grand, you get a home console capable of producing graphics on par with a $1500 gaming PC, though you need to connect it to a 4K TV to get the best results.

On the other hand, the PS4 Pro has been available for a year. It was first unveiled in September 2016, with Sony releasing the upgraded console two months later in time for the holiday season. Similar to the Xbox One X, the PS4 Pro requires a 4K TV to really shine. It's currently priced at $400, which is $100 cheaper than its main competition.

Destiny 2 is a full-fledged sequel to 2014's Destiny, one of the most expensive games ever created. In many ways, the game is an improvement over its predecessor, giving players a better multiplayer experience.

Curse of Osiris is Destiny 2's first expansion pack. It comes with new content, including new weapons, new missions, a new social space, new Raid content, and a new story focusing on the titular character Osiris. The second DLC pack comes out in early 2018.