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Bungie pulls offline Destiny 2 after you restart your server problems today

Today is a big day for Destiny 2; not only is the new paid expansion Shadowkeep in the wild

Today is a big day for Destiny 2; not only is the new paid expansion Shadowkeep in the wild, the game being relaunched as a partially free title on consoles and Steam. 
Unfortunately, persistent server issues have forced Bungie to take both Destiny 2 and its predecessor offline for emergency maintenance.

When Destiny 2 returned to the Internet at around 6 pm today, after scheduled maintenance, many found themselves unable to play, with Bungie's application of a temporary queue system, supposed to facilitate traffic to the game after today's free launch.
As the evening progressed, an increase in server errors and other issues was reported, prompting Bungie to disable key online services.
Silver purchases are disabled on Steam, for example, while statistics, forums, and third-party apps are provided offline. 
Though some problems have been investigated and resolved, players have begun to report login difficulties, a problem that is widely seen to force Bungie to take both Destiny games without an Internet connection for "emergency maintenance."




At the time of writing, this maintenance was still going on after more than an hour, as Bungie's official Twitter help account recommended that the player "keep up with the updates."



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