Destiny 2 fans hoping to dive into the game's latest expansion Shadowkeep will have to wait a bit longer, as Bungie announced both Destiny 1 and Destiny 2 are undergoing "emergency maintenance." It's not clear exactly what the issue is, but it comes just as the company launched some big changes for the second game.
Destiny 2 has added its new expansion for players that sees the return of Eris Morn, support for PC gamers using Steam and the ability to transfer saves between platforms, so you can take characters to wherever your friends are without replaying the same level grinds over and over again. The now free-to-play game should have a better experience overall, once it's actually working.
Update (8:15PM ET): According to Bungie Help, they are "making progress" in restoring services, so you can feel free to jump back in the queues and hope.
Update (10 PM ET): Bungie reported maintenance is complete, you may continue your FPS-related duties.
Emergency maintenance for Destiny 1 and Destiny 2 is still ongoing. We apologize for the continued delay. Please stay tuned for updates on our progress.— Bungie Help (@BungieHelp) October 1, 2019
Player Support will continue to provide updates on our progress. Please stay tuned. https://t.co/jppoSxRPpo— DeeJ (@DeeJ_BNG) October 1, 2019
We are making progress in restoring services to Destiny 1 and Destiny 2. Players may still experience errors upon sign-in. More updates will be shared as they become available.— Bungie Help (@BungieHelp) October 1, 2019