Destiny 2 servers will be under maintenance from 7 am PST onward.
Destiny 2 will be under maintenance from 7 am PST onward, leaving players offline for at least four hours. It is not known what will be fixed in this short maintenance window, but it is possibly a test to see if the game will reset smoothly. It will take place at the same time of the weekly reset, which will reset the Nightfall, Flashpoint, Clan XP, Crucible Call to Arms, Weekly Challenges, and Eververse Bright Dust inventory.
Those who are looking to grind for the upcoming Leviathan raid might be disappointed. Bungie confirmed that the Leviathan raid will require 260 power level. The four-hour window might be a setback to the most dedicated players. However, Bungie themselves have laid out a plan for players to hit 260 power level. “Past 260 Power, most upgrades will come from weekly activities like Flashpoints, Nightfalls, Call To Arms, Raids, Trials, and Clan rewards,” the developers said. Some players have even surpassed 300 power level, which might make the Leviathan raid trivial to these players.
Destiny 2 is expected to be one of the top-selling games of 2017. Bungie has also said that third-party companion apps might be affected as part of the maintenance. If players have problems logging in after maintenance, they should power cycle their router and modem.