Are the servers of Destiny 2 currently down right now?
Destiny 2 servers are currently restored according to the official Twitter account of Bungie Help as of 11:00 AM PST Wednesday, June 28, 2023.
Destiny 2 Server Maintenance Status
In order to check on the status of Destiny 2’s server maintenance, players will only need to check the official Twitter account of Bungie Help. It has an updated feed of information about the game’s server maintenance and downtime status.
Update 220.127.116.11 has begun rolling out on various platforms and regions.
For those who want to know detailed information about server maintenance and downtime, check the official website of Bungie and go to the Help Support page. It will offer exact information on what happens during the start, ongoing, and end of the maintenance and downtime of the game’s servers.
When Will Destiny 2 Servers be back online? (June 28, 2023)
In the most recent tweet that was posted earlier by Bungie Support, Destiny 2 servers were temporarily brought offline to assist in investigations into error codes, inability to log in, and login queues. But Update 18.104.22.168 will begin rolling across all platforms and regions when maintenance begins. Maintenance is expected to end soon.
Regarding Destiny 2 Downtime and Future Updates
Maintenance and downtimes for Destiny 2 are usually due to major content updates to the game and the frequent ones are usually just small hotfixes that either change or remove content.
Bungie does not do weekly maintenance for the game so expect announcements way ahead of the schedule to let players know before the downtime.
Destiny 2 Update 22.214.171.124 (June 28, 2023)
Fixed an issue where the Powerlifter Triumph could be completed before gilding the Glorious Seal.
Competitive: Improved matchmaking times at higher skill tiers.
Trials of Osiris: Fixed an issue where some players were unable to access the game mode while on step 3 of the introductory quest.
Trials of Osiris: Increased the drop rate of Adept weapons on 7-win cards after going Flawless that week.
RAIDS AND DUNGEONS
Ghosts of the Deep: Fixed an issue where players could respawn outside the final encounter’s arena.
Fixed an issue where players could not access the Commendations screen after using the Wish Wall in The Last Wish Raid.
Fixed an issue where players could not access the Commendations screen after finishing a Deep Dive activity.
Fixed an issue where the new Exotic fish Whispering Mothcarp could not be obtained.
GAMEPLAY AND INVESTMENT
Updated the Cenotaph Mask description to correctly state its perk behavior. The description has been updated to the following:
Steadily reloads a portion of your equipped Trace Rifle’s magazine from reserves. Damaging a vehicle, boss, or Champion with a Trace Rifle marks them as the target. When an ally defeats the marked target, Special ammo is generated for you and Heavy ammo for your allies.
Fixed an issue where the rebound wave from Khepri’s Horn was not dealing damage to enemies already damaged by the first wave.
Fixed an issue where the Couturier Longcoat ornament would show a hole underneath the right arm. If the issue persists, Warlocks are advised to contact their local Tower tailor.
Fixed an issue where both Sweet Business and Telesto explosions could damage enemies through walls or other geometry.
Fixed an issue where Hollow Denial’s sound effects could trigger sensitivity episodes for players with Semicircular Canal Dehiscence (SSCD).
Fixed an issue where unlocking the pattern for the Bump in the Night required a Season 17 entitlement to unlock.
Fixed an issue where the Eververse tab would experience slowdowns in PC.
Fixed an issue where Red War Exotic focusing could award incorrect Exotics.
Fixed an issue where audio would not play during a Forsaken cinematic.
Fixed an issue where a few subtitles did not correspond to the audio.
Destiny 2 is now available on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.