Destiny 2 servers down for four hours today

Destiny 2 Servers DOWN Bungie takes game offline for FOUR HOURS

Those who are looking to grind for the upcoming Leviathan raid might be disappointed.

Game director Luke Smith has revealed that the Raid will have a Power range of 260-280.

Any players of Destiny 2 - and there's at least 1.2 million of you - who have struggled to drag themselves away from their screens since the game's launch last week are being given the flawless opportunity by Bungie, which is taking the servers offline for four hours today for scheduled maintenance.

Destiny 2's first Raid, will go live on TOMORROW, Wednesday September 13 at 10 AM PDT (Pacific Daylight Time), which is 6 PM GMT (Greenwich Mean Time) for players in the UK.

If a player has trouble logging back into Destiny 2 after the hotfix has been implemented, they should try clearing their console cache, power cycling their network hardware or read through the Bungie's network troubleshooting guide.

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Bungie has been trying hard to make the servers stable for the official launch of Destiny 2.

Destiny 2 is now undergoing a scheduled maintenance today that was supposed to last for 4 hours. Do you plan to dig into the Leviathan raid? The reference to the hate group might be vague for many so we'll do some explaining.

Check out the gallery below for Destiny 2 Leviathan Raid tips and tricks.

Bungie CEO Pete Parsons doubled down on the decision to remove the Destiny 2 gauntlets hate symbol with a tweet of his own saying that Bungie supports inclusion and respect for both their employees and their players.

"Therefore, we're going to roll out Guided Games as a limited-access "soft beta", where only a select number of solo players will be able to use Guided Games for the Nightfall on 9/12".

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