Destiny 2 has been compelled offline for more than 17 hours, after Bungie provided a faulty patch that triggered concerns for gamers. Bungie provided a normal video game patch to modify Destiny 2’s sandbox on Tuesday, yet lots of gamers promptly understood the video game had actually removed victories, seals, and also stimulants. Bungie’s repair will certainly entailed curtailing its web servers.
Bungie brought Destiny 2 offline to explore the concern at 2PM ET on Tuesday, 2 hours after the patch was very first launched. After hours of screening and also examination, Bungie verified it will certainly be “rolling back all player accounts to their state as of 8:20AM PST.”
That’s 40 mins prior to the patch, implying any kind of development prior to the patch and also 2 hours after will certainly be shed. Players that gained loot by finishing regular raids, dungeons, bounties, and also various other web content will certainly require to replay the tasks as soon as web servers are back on-line.
It’s unclear when Destiny 2 will certainly be back on-line. Bungie’s last upgrade, around 9 hours earlier, kept in mind that the designer had a quote of in between 6AM and also 7AM ET on Wednesday for a repair, yet that time has because passed and also the web servers are still offline.
Destiny 2 is a preferred looter shooter from Bungie that has around 800,000 gamers visiting every day throughout computer, Xbox, and also PlayStation. This significant interruption comes simply over a month prior to Bungie launches its following significant Destiny 2: Lightfall growth.