In a move that shouldn’t surprise anyone, Bungie has taken the Destiny 2 servers down this September 19, and this is for maintenance which is expected given the recent happenings going on regarding the game’s weapons.
Destiny 2 Down for Server Maintenance September 19 Schedule:
Update 2: Bungie has confirmed the recent server outages the past couple of days have been DDoS attacks!
Over the past couple of days, we've seen a spike in error codes and disconnects. The team has confirmed that these error codes are not related to the planned fixes rolling out for the recent crafting issue and are instead a result of DDoS attacks. While we typically don't confirm…
— Bungie Help (@BungieHelp) September 20, 2023
Update: While Bungie has announced a few hours ago that Currant, Coconut and Centipede issues have been resolved, multiple reports of the servers being out at the moment have surfaced.
We’ll update the article as more news develops.
- Start: 6 am PDT/9 am EDT/9 pm HKT
- Player Removal: 7:15 am PDT/10:15 am EDT/10 pm HKT
- Expected Player Login: 10 am PDT/1 pm EDT/1 am HKT
- Expected End of Maintenance: 12 pm PDT/3 pm EDT/3 am HKT
No word yet on whether a patch will be released alongside it, but we wouldn’t be surprised if there was one pushed out.
If the maintenance timing changes or if a patch is released, we’ll update the article and provide a link out t the update.
Source: Bungie Help (Twitter)