Destiny 2 scheduled maintenance for releasing hotfix update v184.108.40.206
All Destiny 2 players out there, listen up, on October 7, the game will be taken down and you will experience login issues as the servers will be taken down for maintenance.
The devs informed about the maintenance on the official twitter handle of the game. The devs informed that the servers will be taken down for maintenance for pushing a hotfix update (v220.127.116.11). The devs expect the game to be down for 15 mins and should be taken back online around 9 a.m. PST.
The hotfix will be available for all platforms and regions and users may experience login issues. The maintenance is expected to end around 11 A.M. PST.
The official dev website gave a detailed schedule of the maintenance as follows –
|8:00 AM PST||1600 UTC||
|8:45 AM PST||1650 UTC||
|9:00 AM PST||1700 UTC||
|11:00 AM PST||1900 UTC||
The patch notes for the hotfix are available and majorly will contain fixes for the bugs in the Izanagi’s Burden. Following are the complete patch notes:
Fixed an issue causing Forge Keys to not count towards Mysterious Box (Izanagi’s Burden) Quest Progression
Players affected by this should find the corresponding objective marked correctly after logging in.
Fixed an issue where the Obsidian Crystal would not give Quest Progression
Players affected by this will need to reacquire a Black Armory Rare bounty, and then complete and claim it to get another Obsidian Crystal.
Adjusted the Power granted by pinnacle rewards to +2 instead of +1
The Season Pass weapons Pluperfect and Temporal Clause now have a chance to drop from Vex Offensive after you have obtained them.
Fixed an issue that occasionally caused the Weekly Eris Challenge to not drop a Powerful reward
Fixed an issue causing the “Ashes to Assets” perk to provide Super energy at an unintended level
The hotfix will need a download on the player side as well, which will be released for all platforms simultaneously. What are your thoughts on update 18.104.22.168 hotfix? Let us know in the comment section below!
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