Last week Bungie announced scheduled server maintenance for Destiny 2 which was set to last for just four hours, however it took over seven. Said maintenance began at 7am Pacific / 3pm BST, with all players being removed from activities an hour later. Upon logging back in after the servers are live at 11 AM PST, players will be prompted to accept Destiny 2 update 188.8.131.52. And though that was an important in-game piece of the Destiny 2 clan puzzle there are still some additional features missing, like the ability to create invites for clan mates and a settings menu. These include the bug with the Prism modifier, which did not properly display the current elemental effect during Nightfall Strikes these past two weeks. It's not a major problem, but being able to see which one is active at all times, instead of only when they switch, would be helpful. Bungie hasn't released detailed patch notes on what exactly this version will change, but it said last week that at least part of the update will remove imagery that has come to be associated with white supremacist groups.
'Destiny 2' review news: Big name reviews are out; user mixed reception still unchanged
The PC version of "Destiny 2" still has no reception, as the game will not arrive to the platform until October 24.