Bungie has announced that it will be pulling the Destiny 2 servers down again later today for yet more maintenance.
The first-person alien shooter will be pulled off line for approximately four hours, starting at 8.00am PST and will run until 12.00pm PST.
As always, players will no longer be able to sign into Destiny 2 once the maintenance period begins. Those of you who are already playing when the downtime begins will be kicked back out ot the title screen at 9.00am PST.
During this time, players will be prompted to download Destiny 2 update 184.108.40.206 before diving back into the action once maintenance is complete.
Bungie reset Destiny 2’s servers for another week on Tuesday, so be sure to check out the latest Milestones if you haven’t already done so.
The former Halo developer also poured cold water on any hopes of seeing the Prison of Elders make a comeback for the sequel.
First Destiny 2 DLC arrives this winter
Destiny 2 was released on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on September 6. The game topped the U.K. All Format Chart upon release, but failed to match sales of its predecessor in terms of physical units shifted.
Looking ahead, Bungie will launch the first Destiny 2 DLC, titled Curse of Osiris, in December 2017. The studio posted on Twitter earlier this month that they are looking for suggestions from fans on what they want to see from the expansion.
Destiny 2 will hit PC on October 24, marking the first time the series has been made available for home computers.