Considering the game's recent release 260-280 is a good level for those that've put a fair amount of time into the game, and will put them in decent stead for tackling this week's Leviathan Raid.
Bungie has revealed when Destiny 2's upcoming raid will unlock alongside player level requirements for the big event.
Both Destiny titles will be unavailable for login at 7am PDT/3PM BST for an expected four hours.
According to Bungie, Destiny 2 has over 1.2 million concurrent players recorded as having gone online, meaning there could be the return of server queues later this week - especially if everyone is funneling into the Raid at the same time. The downtime arrives just after Destiny 2's first weekly server reset, which sees a refresh of the game's Nightfall, Flashpoint, Clan XP, Crucible Call to Arms, Weekly Challenges and Eververse Bright Dust inventory.
Destiny 2 finally gets its first raid, The Leviathan, today- and we are already seeing the first few attempts at it by people now. Do you plan to dig into the Leviathan raid?
"It's come to our attention that a gauntlet in Destiny 2 shares elements with a hate symbol".
"These are your moments to discover - your mysteries to solve".
Those who are looking to grind for the upcoming Leviathan raid might be disappointed. Bungie has also confirmed the return of Iron Banner in October. "We renounce hate in all forms".
Stay tuned for more details as we get closer to the Raid launch.
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