Destiny 2.0 Update Running Into Problems on Xbox One
"Thank you for your patience as we investigate."
The release of Destiny's new 2.0 update this week has not gone entirely to plan. Some Xbox One and Xbox 360 players are running into issues when downloading the new update. Thankfully, then, Bungie is aware of the issue and is working to investigate the matter.
"We are aware of Xbox users reporting issues downloading Destiny Update 2.0.0," Bungie said on Twitter. "Thank you for your patience as we investigate."
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That's not the only Destiny problem this week, however.
Bungie has also acknowledged reports of people who preordered The Taken King not receiving in-game shaders, emblems, and items. "We are aware and investigating," Bungie explained.
We will update this post with new information as it becomes available. Are you running into any of these problems? Let us know in the comments below or drop us a line through the email below.
For more on Destiny 2.0, check out GameSpot's roundup of everything you need to know. The Taken King, meanwhile, arrives on September 15. For more on Destiny, check out some recent stories below.
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