Every so often, Destiny servers go down in order to perform scheduled maintenance or implement updates into the game. Here’s everything you need to know to stay on top of these updates.
Destiny 2 remains one of the most frequently updated and immersive looter shooters on the market today, with a constant flow of new and exciting updates for guardians to get lost in.
But, with that slew of new content comes the need for, you guessed it, server maintenance and downtime.
Lucky for you, we’ve simplified the process of finding out when, why, and for how long Destiny will be offline.
Destiny 2 Server Status
Servers are going down!
Players won’t be able to log into Destiny 2 (or Destiny 1) from 1 PM BST / 5 AM PDT as Bungie rolls out Hotfix 184.108.40.206.
The servers will be down for a while, too – don’t expect to log in until 6 PM PST / 10 AM PDT.
— Bungie Help (@BungieHelp) September 22, 2021
As for what’s included in the patch, expect a series of bug fixes. Players have noticed Trials of Osiris gear can’t be Masterworked in some instances, while Nightfall scoring isn’t counting towards a Triumph, too.
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Dexerto will continue to update this page in the event of any new server issues or downtime.
Additional server maintenance resources
To stay up-to-date on the status of Destiny servers, readers can bookmark this article and come back to it as a reference point. Otherwise, if you’re on Twitter, consider following @BungieHelp for constant updates on the game, including downtime, patch notes, or any other such updates.
Another helpful tool is Bungie’s Help site, as mentioned previously. Here, players can click on “Network Troubleshooting” to access anything server-related, and also have quick access to guides, forums, and lots of other useful content related to navigating Destiny 2.