Recently, Bungie, the developer of the popular space fantasy game Destiny 2, took the game’s servers offline today. They took this action after a bug appeared that caused players to lose progress on Triumphs, Seals, and Exotic Catalysts. Destiny 2 fans are well aware that milestones represent a player’s effort, skill, and time investment in the game. So it was very important for Bungie to take the necessary steps to fix this issue and restore the performance of affected players. To this end, the servers had to be taken offline for maintenance so that the bug does not do its job. The developers should look into this and work on a fix.
Destiny 2 servers are down!!!!!!!
The developer claimed that as part of its efforts to fix this bug and restore player performance, all Destiny 2 player accounts on Xbox, Windows PC, and PlayStation will be rolled back to their state on January 24, 2023 at 8:00 AM: 8:00 PM PST / 11:20 AM EST. The bad news is that unfortunately all loot and achievements players have earned after this time will be lost. However, the developers are ensuring that all players affected by the bug will have their Triumphs, Seals, and Exotic Catalyst progression back.
The point worth noting is that Destiny 2 has had a lot of technical issues over the past few months. Bungie disabled the game’s Application Programming Interface (API) several times over several days due to other issues. Previously, some reports claimed that players lost loot and quest progress after being kicked out of the game due to “weasel” network bugs. Hopefully, these kinds of issues won’t affect the launch of Destiny 2: Lightfall, the game’s latest DLC expansion coming February 28.
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