Destiny 2's Servers Go Down For a Few Hours Today

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Destiny 2 Director Luke Smith tweeted that Leviathan will have a Power range of 260 to 280.

1/2 It's come to our attention that a gauntlet in Destiny 2 shares elements with a hate symbol. The same goes for the first game.

If a player has trouble logging back into Destiny 2 after the hotfix has been implemented, they should try clearing their console cache, power cycling their network hardware or read through the Bungie's network troubleshooting guide.

The four-hour window might be a setback to the most dedicated players.

Exactly what measures Bungie will take to remove the item or how that will affect players using it are unclear, but it seems that it would be a simple matter to cover the item with a new texture.

A small "teaser" has been released by Bungie, although the clip does not reveal a whole lot of information. Bungie let everyone power up for a week, but tomorrow will herald the opening of Destiny 2's first raid.

Little else is known about the Leviathan Raid, with Bungie telling fans not to expect any kind of preview. The reference to the hate group might be vague for many so we'll do some explaining.

"These are your moments to discover - your mysteries to solve". You will soon discover the who, the what, and the where.

Although Bungie did not specify the gauntlet-and the company has not returned a request for comment-Redditors quickly discerned that the "Road Complex AA1", pictured above, fits the bill.

Stay tuned for more details as we get closer to the Raid launch.

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