Since about 7:30 a.m. EST, each the unique Destiny and Destiny 2 gamers are unable to log into the video games. Upon sign-in, a stork error code greets gamers, in addition to a message indicating the servers are down.

On Twitter, Bungie says it’s investigating the difficulty. Via its Bungie Help account, the studio thanks gamers for his or her endurance, and asks them to standby whereas the builders discover a repair.

This downtime is uncommon for a Friday morning in Destiny — or any day with no main content material replace. As traditional, Bungie will proceed to replace gamers with any breaking updates on the sport’s stability through the Bungie Help Twitter account.

We are persevering with to research this problem. Thank you in your endurance whereas we offer additional updates. https://t.co/vnO9hvI9BK

— Bungie Help (@BungieHelp) November 22, 2019

It’s unclear if this server downtime may have something to do with the launch of Destiny 2 on Google Stadia earlier this week. Prior to launch, Stadia provided the whole Destiny 2 assortment — together with the sport and all of its expansions — for pre-ordering the founder’s version of the brand new service.

Update (4:15 p.m. EST): Players at the moment are in a position to log in to Destiny 2. However, Bungie tweeted that server upkeep is nonetheless ongoing, and that gamers will probably nonetheless run into server points (particularly the weasel error).

In our personal expertise, we may land on a planet for a couple of minutes earlier than the sport booted us out to the login web page once more.

Issues impacting Destiny 1 and Destiny 2 providers are nonetheless beneath investigation. Players logging in might encounter a wide range of error codes, most prominently WEASEL.https://t.co/vnO9hvI9BK

— Bungie Help (@BungieHelp) November 22, 2019