Future 2 has been offline for greater than half a day as a result of progress monitoring points

Future 2’s servers have been down for extra half a day as Bungie tries to repair a serious problem with progress monitoring.

The studio took the servers down at 11am PT / 2pm ET / 7pm GMT on Tuesday to “examine an ongoing problem inflicting sure Triumphs, Seals, and Catalysts to lose progress for gamers”.

On the time of writing, some 16 hours later, the sport stays offline.

Bungie estimated earlier {that a} repair will likely be deployed at round 3-4am PT / 6-7am ET / 11am-noon GMT, however notes that that is topic to alter.

“We’re testing a repair,” the studio tweeted on Tuesday night time. “As soon as testing is full, we’ll deploy and confirm the repair earlier than bringing Future 2 again on-line.

“We can even be rolling again all participant accounts to their state as of 8.20 AM PST, previous to Hotfix going reside.”

Bungie then offered three additional Twitter updates stating that “investigations and checks” to resolve the problem have been nonetheless ongoing.

In its newest tweet, at 7.30pm PT / 10.30pm ET / 3.30am GMT, it wrote: “Our investigation and testing continues. To set expectations, this problem is not going to be resolved tonight.

“We’re estimating a timeline of 3-4 AM PST tomorrow, January 25, for our repair to get deployed. Timeline topic to alter. Extra data will likely be offered as soon as obtainable.”

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Bungie is reportedly engaged on a brand new Future recreation for cell in partnership with Chinese language tech and gaming big NetEase, which invested $100 million to change into a minority shareholder within the Bellevue, Washington-based studio in 2018.

PlayStation maker Sony Interactive Leisure confirmed in July that it had accomplished its $3.6 billion acquisition of Bungie.