Destiny 2 Server Maintenance Status and Downtime

When will the Destiny 2 servers go online again? Scheduled Background Maintenance Hotfix.

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 08:30 PM PST Thursday, March 30, 2023.

Destiny 1 and 2 Maintenance has been completed

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.

Hotfix has now rolled out on platforms and regions. Maintenance is complete and servers are now online.

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? (March 30, 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 Hotfix will begin rolling across all platforms and regions when maintenance begins.

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 Hotfix (March 30, 2023)

Here are the patch notes for Hotfix


Trials of Osiris

  • Fixed an issue where wins on a seven-win Trials Passage would reward unfocusable Trials of Osiris engrams.

Neomuna Freeroam

  • Reduced the prevalence of elite (orange healthbar) enemies to lower the base difficulty of Freeroam.
  • Fixed an issue that was causing Cabal turrets in Ahimsa Park to respawn too quickly.

Root of Nightmares

  • Fixed an issue where Nezarec would not react to players that were positioned in a Well of Radiance.


  • Combatant health scaling for two- and three-player fireteams reduced in the Season 20 Legendary Exotic mission.
  • Reduced enemy health in Legend- and Master-tier Nightfalls, Battlegrounds, Lost Sectors, Offensives, Hunts, and Legend/Master campaign missions.


  • Reduced the Commendation score required for Guardian Ranks 7, 8, and 9:
    • Rank 7 is now 100 (was 460).
    • Rank 8 is now 250 (was 790).
    • Rank 9 is now 500 (was 1290).
  • Removed Guardian Rank objectives that require players to give Commendations from Ranks 7, 8, and 9.
  • Reduced the number of Commendations required for Hawthorne’s weekly challenge from 20 to 5.



  • Reduced the number of additional scorch stacks added by the Flare Up artifact perk in PvP to 15 (down from 30).


  • Fixed an issue where the Target Lock trait was not correctly deactivating on a miss if the weapon was firing at 720 RPM or higher.
  • Fixed an issue where some players were unable to acquire the Riskrunner catalyst.
  • Fixed an issue where Quicksilver Storm and Touch of Malice were not receiving the 40% damage bonus against minor enemies.

Power and Progression

  • Fixed an issue where certain Ghost and Weapon mods were not correctly unlocked when progressing through Guardian Ranks.
  • Fixed an issue where certain new players were missing access to patrol destinations.