Destiny 2 went offline overnight as Bungie investigated an issue causing players to lose progress on Triumphs, Seals, and Catalysts.
Developer Bungie took the game offline around 2 p.m. EST on TuesdayJanuary 24. At approximately 10:30 p.m. EST, Bungie tweeted to say that the issue would not be resolved by evening and that the fix would be deployed between 6 and 7 a.m. EST on Wednesday, but that timeframe was subject to change. At the time of writing, the patch has yet to be released and the game remains offline, after approximately 19 hours of downtime.
Bungie said that when the game returns, player accounts will be canceled at their state as of 11:20 a.m. EST on Tuesday, before the game’s most recent patch goes live.
The triumphs are Destiny 2The in-game achievement system and Seals are player titles awarded for unlocking all Triumphs in a certain category. Catalysts are unlockable mini-quests that provide upgrades for Exotic weapons. It is obviously essential that progress is accurately rewarded for all this.
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