If you're now spending all your free time on Destiny 2 then you'll want to be aware of the fact that the game's servers are set to go down today as part of scheduled maintenance. The Destiny 2 servers have seen intermittent error codes and outages for some players, but for many the launch of Destiny 2 has been smooth. Any players online at that time will be given an extra hour's grace to finish up whatever they're in the middle of before being forcibly removed from the game. Destiny 2's servers will then return to normal within the hour, meaning you should be able to log back in and carry on becoming Legend. The work will include early maintenance, as well as swapping over certain weekly events, as detailed in the game's first month roadmap.
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While the game does give players a message to let them know when the Prism damage type has changed, players said that it didn't stay on-screen long enough and they often missed it as a result. If you aren't concerned at all about the endgame content, my recommendation is to get Destiny 2 right now. He's also available over on Twitter, so go take a look!