Bungie Disables Destiny 2 Integration Features Following Sign-On Issues

Due to some significant sign-on issues for many Destiny 2 players, Bungie has made an announcement stating that it will be disabling integration features until the source of the problem can be fixed. With a new raid getting ready to launch at the end of this week in Destiny 2, the timing of this issue is less than ideal.

Through the years, Destiny 2 has maintained its status as one of the most popular online multiplayer games available. With a passionate fan base and new players joining in on the action every day, the game has managed to still be many gamers’ go-to first-person shooter despite being released nearly six years ago. However, the new Lightfall expansion that was recently released has had a little bit of a rocky start with some even claiming that the Destiny 2 expansion falls flat compared to other installments in the game due to its confusing narrative. Unfortunately, the game is experiencing some technical difficulties as well, and it’s happening just a few short days away from a new raid.


In a post shared by the official Bungie Help Twitter account, a statement was made to followers addressing sign-on issues that some players have been experiencing when trying to play the game. Due to the issue, the developer has decided to disable Destiny 2 integration features until the root of the problem can be found and dealt with. Several replies to Bungie’s tweet were concerned how this sign-on issue would affect the upcoming Root of Nightmares raid, the first major event for the Lightfall expansion that’s set to launch this Friday.

At the time of this writing, Bungie has not made any official reply to these concerned players or mentioned any update on when the issues should be fixed, but due to the time crunch, the problem will hopefully be solved soon. With issues like this and new bugs being found in Destiny 2, some replied to the Bungie Help Twitter account to voice their frustrations with the developer.

Although frustrations are valid feelings for these issues, sometimes problems like these are simply unpredictable. It’s unfortunate that the developers working on Destiny 2 are having to deal with such a major issue this close to a highly anticipated in-game event. Despite some confused feedback on the Lightfall expansion’s story issues, many players are still enjoying the various quests Destiny 2 has to offer. Hopefully the issue is resolved as soon as possible, so players can get back to enjoying some great multiplayer action.

Destiny 2 is available for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

Source: Gamerant

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