Destiny 2 servers down for maintenance this afternoon, but not for long

Posted September 14, 2017

Titled Leviathan, this latest dungeon series is packed with an assortment of challenging puzzles and boss fights to overcome.

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

Reviews editor Alastair Stevenson has poured more hours into Destiny 2 than he'd like to admit, but won't be awarding a score until the debut raid is open to all. Those include not waiting to decrypt Engrams and saving some of your Upgrade Points.

Here is everything we know so far about Leviathan, as well as what Destiny 2 players can do to prepare for it.

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Destiny 2 is expected to be back online at 11 a.m. PT today.

A report from this Reddit thread indicates that the forthcoming Raid, which is being called Leviathan, could be Bungie's biggest to date.

The launch day of a new Raid is like a holiday in the world of Destiny, as many streamers and players will be racing for the title of world's first Raid completion. To complete Raids, teams made up of six Guardians are required to tackle puzzling battles and flesh out specific tactics.

Game director Luke Smith has revealed that the Raid will have a Power range of 260-280.

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The Leviathan Raid starts at 6pm United Kingdom time, although you won't get very far if you're not at the required Power Level.

"At Bungie, our company values place the highest emphasis on inclusion of all people and respect for all who work with us or play our games", said Bungie CEO Pete Parsons over Twitter.

Skyburner's Oath - The Skyburner's Oath fires solar slugs that do extra damage to Cabal and penetrates Phalanx shields.

Are you ready to conquer the Leviathan?

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