On 19 October 2017, the Destiny 2 servers will go offline for maintenance. Work will be carried out from 5 pm, Activision and Bungie have announced this.
Bungie will upgrade the server, which has been confirmed by the official site and the downtime will be made as small as possible.
The maintenance work on the server will start at 17:00 , and login will be disabled after that. Login will resume by 18:00 clock .
With the maintenance work, the hotfix 188.8.131.52 will be launched, the whole process will be completed within 4 hours. So the servers will be available again around 9pm.
|8:00 AM Pacific||3:00 PM UTC||
|9:00 AM Pacific||4:00 PM UTC||
|12:00 PM Pacific||7:00 PM UTC||
Source of information: Bungie
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Game dev Chainsawesome Games released Aftercharge, for free this weekend to give gamers a taste of this upcoming PVP. The alpha release featured competitive 3-vs-3 PvP game.
The storyline for Aftercharge is that 3 invisible robots work together to destroy invincible security squad in high-octane tactical skirmishes. On the other hand, the robots must sneak around to destroy all the energy extractors on the site while the guards are tasked to spot the attackers and stop them. While the second side has to work hard to stop them from being destroyed and defending the goal.
The gameplay is really unique that Chainsawesome devs have come up with, check out the gameplay trailer to see how the game looks like.
Game looks really exciting and it will be interesting to see how much attention it gains, the concept is really unique, the graphics leave much to be desired though. The weapons and items available are really interesting and seem to be well-balanced out causing massive destruction.
Aftercharge is available for free this Sunday before the game’s release on PC and Xbox One in 2018. The steam store page has more info on the game that you can check out.