Where to Check if Destiny 2 Servers Are Up or Down

  • Where to Check if Destiny 2 Servers Are Up or Down

Where to Check if Destiny 2 Servers Are Up or Down

Having the potential to last hours on end, Raids put a team of six players up against various tasks, puzzles, and enemies, with randomized encounters and items available in order to provide replay ability.

They are usually the hardest levels in Destiny by a significant margin and require good communication, dedication, and perseverance to overcome.

The new Destiny 2 Leviathan Raid will be similar to Destiny 1, It will have an increased power level with each encounter. Still, the company has been promising some cool new content to hit Destiny 2, so we could find out as soon as just a couple of days to see what Leviathan has to offer.

However, the incredibly popular "Raid" mode was not included during the original release, allowing fans to boost their "Power Level" and progression in preparation for its inclusion.

Speaking about the raid previously Director Luke Smith confirmed that they have no intention of releaseing any teases for Destiny 2's first Raid.

Aside from completing the On the Comms questline, make sure your Power Level is at least 270 before taking on the Leviathan Raid.

Here is everything we know so far about Leviathan, as well as what Destiny 2 players can do to prepare for it. 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.

The raid unlocks tomorrow, on Wednesday, September 13.

So Guardians without a clan have some time to wait before they can jump into the raid with the aid of several other Guarians by their side.