Destiny 2 Servers Going Offline Next Week, Here's When And For How Long
Downtime is coming.
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Destiny 2's servers will be offline for a period of around four hours next week, developer Bungie has announced. In a blog post today, Bungie confirmed that hotfix 18.104.22.168 will launch on Tuesday, January 16, with the principal aim of allowing everyone to play the latest seasonal content regardless of if they purchased the Curse of Osiris paid expansion.
The maintenance is slated to begin at 8 AM PT / 11 AM ET on January 16, at which time you won't be able to log in to Destiny 2. At 9 AM PT / 12 PM ET, everyone who is already in the game will be booted out. The maintenance period is scheduled to run until 12 PM PT / 3 PM ET, at which time the servers will come back online for everyone. As always, while this is the announced scheduled, things could change; we'll report back if that is the case.
Today was a big day for Destiny 2 news. In addition to announcing this newest hotfix, Bungie announced major changes to the game's Eververse microtransactions, while the developer, in the interest of transparency, clarified what will be free what you'll have to pay for in upcoming updates. Additionally, Bungie announced new Masterwork armor, a reworking on the mod system, and a lot more to come in future patches. Check out the stories linked below to get up to speed on all of today's big Destiny 2 news.
- Big Changes To Destiny 2's Eververse Microtransactions, Cosmetic Items Announced
- Destiny 2 Adding Masterwork Armor, Mod Rework, And More In Future Updates
- Destiny Devs Define What's Free And What's Paid Going Forward
- Destiny 2 Faction Rally Returns Soon; Here Are Some New Weapon And Armor Rewards
- Bungie Readies Some Subtle, But Necessary Changes To Destiny 2
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