Due to the rollback:
💠 Any progress or purchase made between 8:30-10:30 AM PST will need to be redone
💠 Silver spent during that time will be restored
💠 Platform store-purchased Silver bundles will not be affected by the rollback
💠 Fractaline will be returned to inventories https://t.co/Rq4SVfPNJX
— Bungie Help (@BungieHelp) February 12, 2020
Just like the issue that caused the game to be offline for nearly 12 hours in January, on Tuesday some players reported losing their in-game currencies following the deployment of a hotfix (126.96.36.199).
In an update posted on its support page, Bungie said it expected Destiny 2 to be back online by 7pm PST.
UPDATE: Servers are back online.
Original story continues:
“We are investigating the re-emergence of the issue causing missing currencies and materials after Hotfix 188.8.131.52 went live,” it said at 11:30am PST. “Destiny 2 will remain offline, please stand by for further updates.”
At midday PST it added: “We have identified the issue causing loss of materials and currencies after Hotfix 184.108.40.206.
“All player accounts will be rolled back to the state they were in at 8:30 AM PST, with maintenance expected to last until 7 PM PST.”
Bungie recently said it was unable to promise much-requested cross-platform play will come to Destiny 2.
The developer recently added cross-save support to the online shooter, allowing players to transfer their progress from one platform to another.
However, full cross-play support – which would allow players on Xbox One, PS4 and PC to play together – has not been confirmed, although Bungie stated in July 2019 that it was interested in the feature.
Asked in December if the studio has plans to introduce cross-platform play, Bungie communications director David ‘Deej’ Dague told VGC that while it’s interested in “anything that would bring players together”, managing its resources is an ongoing challenge.