For those trying to get in on some Destiny 2 (or Destiny 1) action today, some might have encountered Destiny 2 log in issues, which is a bummer given it’s the weekend and all.
Over on Twitter, the official Bungie Support account confirmed that “partner service providers” are the cae of these Destiny 2 logging in errors. Note that this is happening to both Destiny 1 and Destiny 2.
We are investigating issues causing players to be unable to play Destiny 1 and Destiny 2.
Another tweet wherein it addressed that it is the partner service providers’ issues:
We’ve identified an issue with partner service providers as the cause of Destiny 1 and 2 players being unable to log in. We’re continuing to investigate this issue.
Players trying to log back into the games may experience various error codes or be placed in a login queue.
Once this issue is sorted, we’ll update the post. Hopefully, it won’t take long given it’s the weekend and all.
If you’re one of the people affected by this, you might want to catch up on some reading regarding Destiny 2. Bungie has given us a sneak peek at the upcoming patch slated for September 8.
Update: Bungie has announced that things are back to normal
Player population has returned to normal thresholds. We believe this issue has been resolved. Players still having connection issues should report to the Help Forum: https://t.co/9lcpiGl0GP https://t.co/7vCczxj0Rf
— Bungie Help (@BungieHelp) August 30, 2020