Destiny Servers Go Live on September 9th (Somewhere in the World)

So not necessarily on September 9th in the US or UK.

Posted By | On 25th, Aug. 2014

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Bungie’s Destiny will be out next month and will mark the first major multiplatform release of the next few months. Usually, there are server times that are allotted depending on the region but Bungie has provided some rather information on Twitter about when the servers will go live.

“Destiny servers will admit Guardians as soon as it is September 9th somewhere in the world. When you play is between you and your retailer.”

What does that mean? It means if you’re playing in Australia, then you’ll get a head-start over Indian, European and United States players due to the time difference. Of course, the same rule applies to those living in the UK who get a head-start over Americans. Essentially, whenever it’s September 9th wherever you live, that’s when Destiny will go live for you.

Destiny will be out on Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS3 and PS4. Will you become legend next month? Let us know in the comments.


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