A day later, on Wednesday night, we'll gain access to the game's first Raid, Leviathan.
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. After being met with several bugs and errors, players are now able to play without worry of their game crashing for the most part.
Destiny 2's Leviathan Raid didn't go live with today's Weekly Reset (which hands out new Nightfall and Flashpoint challenges). Full details can be found at the link below. The Leviathan Raid can be selected from the Director's Destinations map in a new area located in orbit surrounding Nessus.
Destiny 2 is now undergoing a scheduled maintenance today that was supposed to last for 4 hours.
"At Bungie, our company values place the highest emphasis on inclusion of all people and respect for all who work with us or play our games", said Bungie CEO Pete Parsons over Twitter. The Leviathan raid - requiring a power level of 260-280 - is also set to be added to Destiny 2 tomorrow, and our review will be coming soon after.
"For Guided Games to have a successful launch, we need time for enough players to form into real Clans and be ready to guide other Guardians", Bungie explained.
"These are your moments to discover - your mysteries to solve". Turns out, you don't have to do too much grinding to participate in the Raid.