Destiny 2 servers are down today for scheduled maintenance, Bungie has confirmed.

The social media support team has confirmed that short downtime is needed today on PS4, Xbox one and PC.

This means that gamers will be unable to access core services connected to Destiny 2 until maintenance is completed.

Destiny 2 servers are expected to be down for around an hour, although maintenance could be extended if needed..

Here’s the latest news from Bungie on the subject: “Today (12/11) at 9 AM PST Destiny services will undergo maintenance. Destiny 1 and Destiny 2 will be taken offline between 10 AM to 11 AM PST to resolve server-side issues. No game content will be changed during this maintenance.

Adding: “Destiny 1 and Destiny 2 have been taken offline for server maintenance. Stand by for updates.” 

As this is controlled server downtime, fans can expect more news on Destiny 2 going back online very soon.


Bungie recently launched new content for Destiny 2 and this new maintenance is likely connected to this current downtime.

Destiny 2 Season of Dawn sees Guardians called by Osiris to Mercury after Vex was defeated last time around.

The new threat facing Destiny 2 players is a council of Cabal Psion Flayers trying to manipulate time and undo the victory against the Red Legion.

The biggest addition coming with the Destiny 2 Season of Dawn pass is the new seasonal PvE mode The Sundial.

This is a six-player matchmade activity that sees players having to defend the Sundial from the Cabal.

“With the Vex Invasion now defeated, Osiris calls upon you to face a new threat. Stop a council of Cabal Psion Flayers from manipulating time and undoing our victory against the Red Legion,” a message from Bungie explains.