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Destiny 2 Under Maintenance

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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.

When it comes to Destiny, there's no better or more challenging end-game PvE activity than its Raids.

Destiny 2's Leviathan Raid didn't go live with today's Weekly Reset (which hands out new Nightfall and Flashpoint challenges).

Leviathan will go live on September 13 at 10:00 a.m. PDT, which gives Guardians very little time to prepare for the first raid of Destiny 2. In theory players could get a character up to a maximum of 350 power level, but it'll take some doing to get there and will necessitate the use of a guide and an extremely diligent approach to guiding their Guardians path.

"If you have witnessed the race to become the first to topple the final boss, you know we keep Raid info well under wraps". We're currently diving straight into the Raid right now, so be sure to check back often as we update this feature with more details on how to beat each individual section.

Players will need to be in a power range of 260-280 if you want to capitalise on the raid, so the servers being down this afternoon is not going to help if you are aiming to get there fast.

With the Destiny 2 servers down today for maintenance, it appears Bungie's community has turned toward introspection and anxiety during the interim. We've given you the when. Bungie suggests that all players involved close the game and restart it.

"I mean have you guys even played Destiny 1?".

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