Today is the day everyone has been waiting for – the highly-anticipated Destiny 2: Shadowkeep and its free-to-play version launches today across all platforms and sadly, the servers are down.
[UPDATE: 10/2/2019 servers are now back online.]
As with all online games, every time it launches, one of the problems it faces is server stability. Due to maybe an influx of players that are trying to get in and play the game, the servers are being hammered down. If you find yourself being able to play or get in at least, expect that you will be kicked out.
According to Bungie, they have taken the servers down temporarily for emergency maintenance. It has been about two hours since they have taken down and so far, no word as to when it will be up.
For more updates on when the Destiny 2 servers will be up, should continue to check Bungie Help. We’ll update once the server has been up.
Here is some of the new content coming to Destiny 2: Shadowkeep expansion:
- New Destination – The Moon.
- New Story Missions & Challenging Quests
- New Dungeon
- New Exotic Gear
- New Raid
- Season Pass for Season of the Undying*
Check back with us in the coming days for our coverage of Destiny 2: Shadowkeep.