A serious glitch has been discovered after the latest Destiny 2 The Weekly Update is causing some players to lose some of the Victories they took hours to earn. This glitch was seen as disruptive enough for Bungie to bring in. Destiny 2 offline to apply a fix.
Weekly Reset Destiny 2 mistakenly marks players’ accolades as missing, traces progress in Seals and Victories backwards, resets exotic weapon catalyst progress, and causes other issues. Destiny 2 players are reporting on various social media sites and forums that they encountered a bug that reversed the completion of some Victories and incorrectly counted others; they show up as “recently completed” even when used before.
Bungie Aid, Destiny 2and Destiny2Team Twitter accounts acknowledged the issue around 12:30 PM ET, shortly after the Weekly Reset went live and players began noticing issues with their rewards. Bungie has since taken over Destiny 2 offline to fix the problem and avoid repeated complaints about missing Triumphs. Bungie’s social media channels provide regular updates on the issue, but at the time of writing, Destiny 2 still offline. At approximately 4:30 PM ET, the Bungie Help Twitter account sent an update to players. Destiny 2 The team was testing possible fixes for the issues, but the game may be down until late at night.
Gamers are annoyed that this error occurs, but mostly they take it step by step. At u/Destiny2, players have been making fun of this last issue so far to pass the time: Destiny 2 back online. With the Bungie developers quickly acknowledging the issue and releasing regular updates since the issue started, it’s understandable that the Weekly Reset update has caused this interruption, saturated with hope for regular communication and no permanent damage to player’s progress. The 6pm ET update seems to imply that the Bungie developers are focusing on the issue and testing a fix. The tweet also states that players’ accounts will be reverted to the state they were in before the fix was released, which should restore all earned rewards.
It Destiny 2 The Weekly Update is set to bring some big changes and layout to the game ahead of February’s Lightfall DLC. This update will end Blue Engram drops Destiny 2 For players whose power level exceeds the flexible limit, changes to the process of crafting exotic Glaives and a host of other changes that form the basis for more changes coming with Lightfall.
Destiny 2 currently available for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.