After major downtime two weeks ago, Destiny 2 is down once again for emergency maintenance. Players are being greeted with “Destiny 2 servers are not available” messages upon log in.
On Tuesday morning, Bungie launched Destiny 2’s Crimson Days Valentine’s Day event. But about 90 minutes after the event hit live servers, Bungie removed all players from the game and initiated emergency maintenance.
On Jan. 28, Destiny 2 was down for about 10 hours. In that time, Bungie solved the issue of missing currency and rolled all player accounts back to before the patch hit — a move the developer took for the first time in franchise history. While Bungie hasn’t said anything about the cause of Tuesday’s unexpected downtime, it seems likely another rollback will happen once Destiny 2 comes back online.
We will update this post as we learn more about the issue.
Update: Bungie has confirmed the issue with Destiny 2’s recent hotfix. The studio will once again roll players back once emergency maintenance concludes — exactly how their Guardians were at 11:30 a.m. ET. Bungie expects Destiny 2 to remain offline until 10 p.m. ET.
We have identified the issue causing loss of materials and currencies after Hotfix 188.8.131.52. All player accounts will be rolled back to the state they were in at 8:30 AM PST, with maintenance expected to last until 7 PM PST.— Bungie Help (@BungieHelp) February 11, 2020
Another update will be provided by 1:30 PM PST.
Update 2 (7:30 p.m. ET): We have confirmed Destiny 2 is back online.