Destiny 2 players have been receiving an error message over the past few hours telling players that Destiny 2 is no longer available. The Destiny 2 version no longer available error message is obviously causing frustration to players who simply want to play the game. With Destiny 2 being an ongoing game with new weekly events, it should come as no surprise that the game being down is causing a little bit of panic. So, what is going on? Is Destiny 2 down and when will it be back up?
Update: As we finished writing this post, the Bungie Help Twitter page sent out a tweet saying the issue has been resolved. So, for now, it seems that Destiny 2 players are back in action. The original story follows.
Destiny 2 this version no longer available error message
If you’ve received the Destiny 2 error message recently, you’re not alone. Fans have been reaching out to Bungie on Twitter, asking what is going on and when the game will be fixed. Unfortunately, at the time of writing, the official Destiny 2 Twitter page hasn’t commented on the Destiny 2 error message.
However, the Bungie Help Twitter account has issued a statement saying that they are looking into an error message, but haven’t said when a fix could be coming. So for now, it seems that if you are getting the Destiny 2 no longer available message, there isn’t much you can do.
This isn’t the first time in Destiny history that players have received this error message. Hopefully, this means that Bungie already has an idea of what could be causing the issue and will be able to push a fix sooner rather than later. So, in the meantime, players will have to do something else or play a different game until the Destiny 2 no longer available error is resolved.
If you’re a bit behind on your Destiny 2 news, now is the perfect time to catch up. We have a couple of articles that will likely help you out, like details surrounding the June 18 weekly reset and information about Destiny 2 Google Stadia cross-play.