Update: It's back! You may encounter some turbulence logging into the game as everything returns to normal, but you (hopefully) won't find thing money or items disappearing from your inventory.
Here's what happened as a result of the rollback:
Due to the rollback:💠 Any progress or purchase made between 8:30-10:30 AM PST will need to be redone💠 Silver spent during that time will be restored💠 Platform store-purchased Silver bundles will not be affected by the rollback💠 Fractaline will be returned to inventories https://t.co/Rq4SVfPNJXFebruary 12, 2020
A Destiny 2 update released a couple of weeks ago went about as wrong as it could: As soon as it was live, players began reporting the loss of glimmer and rare enhancement materials in their inventories. In some cases players even lost Silver, the micro-transaction currency which has to be bought with real money. The bug didn't impact everyone, but it was a serious enough matter that Bungie was forced to take the entire game offline for several hours and roll accounts back to earlier in the day in order to fix it. But fix it they did—or did they?
We are investigating the re-emergence of the issue causing missing currencies and materials after Hotfix 22.214.171.124 went live. Destiny 2 will remain offline, please stand by for further updates.February 11, 2020
Destiny 2 was taken offline for "emergency maintenance" about an hour prior to this tweet, following the rollout of the "minor" 126.96.36.199 hotfix. A reason for the takedown wasn't specified at that time, but Bungie has now confirmed that the bug is back, and that it will once again take an extended period of time to fix:
We have identified the issue causing loss of materials and currencies after Hotfix 188.8.131.52. All player accounts will be rolled back to the state they were in at 8:30 AM PST, with maintenance expected to last until 7 PM PST. Another update will be provided by 1:30 PM PST.February 11, 2020
I have no idea how this sort of thing keeps happening, but at least we know where to point the finger of blame. We'll keep you posted.
This is entirely my fault.February 11, 2020