After significant downtime 2 weeks earlier,Destiny 2 is down once again for emergency maintenance Players are being welcomed with “Destiny 2 servers are not available” messages upon log in.
On Tuesday early morning, Bungie released Destiny 2’s Crimson Days Valentine’s Dayevent About 90 minutes after the event struck live servers, Bungie got rid of all players from the game and started emergency maintenance.
In the hour or so it was live, the most recent Destiny 2 hotfix appears to have actually triggered comparable problems from 2 weeks earlier. Players began reporting missing items and currencies from their characters.
On Jan. 28, Destiny 2 was down for about 10hours Because time, Bungie fixed the concern of missing currency and rolled all gamer accounts back to prior to the spot hit– a relocation the designer took for the first time in franchisehistory While Bungie hasn’t stated anything about the reason for Tuesday’s unanticipated downtime, it promises another rollback will occur when Destiny 2 returnsonline
We will upgrade this post as we discover more about the concern.
Update: Bungie has confirmed the issue with Destiny 2’s current hotfix. The studio will when again roll players back when emergency maintenance concludes– precisely how their Guardians were at 11: 30 a.m. ET. Bungie anticipates Destiny 2 to stay offline till 10 p.m. ET.
We have actually recognized the concern triggering loss of currencies and products after Hotfix 126.96.36.199. All gamer accounts will be rolled back to the state they remained in at 8: 30 AM PST, with maintenance anticipated to last till 7 PM PST.
Another upgrade will be offered by 1: 30 PM PST.
— Bungie Assistance (@BungieHelp)February 11, 2020
Update 2 (7: 30 p.m. ET): We have actually verified Destiny 2 is back online.