Bungie has announced that Destiny 2's servers will be undergoing live maintenance later today, meaning the game will be offline for a few hours. After being met with several bugs and errors, players are now able to play without worry of their game crashing for the most part.
Leviathan is also said to be the most technical of any Raid ever released in the Destiny series, which should be exciting for the most hardcore players.
Polygon's Daniel Friedman put together an extensive guide on how Destiny 2 players can boost their Power levels up to a respectable number in time for the launch of Leviathan. However, Bungie themselves have laid out a plan for players to hit 260 power level.
It's why with Destiny 2, I've jumped in from the get go, and I couldn't be happier.
Writing on Twitter, Bungie director Luke Smith confirmed the requirements fans will need to have reached before they can undertake the "Leviathan" mission.
The Power range required for Leviathan is 260-280. Here's a quick look at what you can expect to see when you take on these hard missions. Including the first Raid, Leviathan and PvP event Trials of the Nine and the return of everyone's favourite exotic salesman Xur. Once you complete its major steps, you unlock a new step called Destroyer of Worlds that requires you to complete the Leviathan Raid. Bungie suggests that all players involved close the game and restart it.
What's your Power level, and will you try the Raid out tomorrow?