In the world of Destiny 2, a massive crafting glitch has turned the game upside down

Players have discovered a way to forge god-tier weapons, causing a frenzy within the gaming community

These powerful weapons have reshaped the game, allowing players to dominate in ways never seen before

But as Destiny 2 developers, Bungie, rushed to fix this crafting glitch, another challenge arose

They faced Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDoS) attacks, causing a surge in error codes and disconnects

Bungie took the unusual step of confirming the DDoS attacks to keep players informed

The glitch allowed players to combine craftable weapons, creating game-breaking arsenals

Within the Destiny 2 community, a heated debate ensued - fun vs. fair competition

Players embraced the power, soloing endgame activities and dominating in PvP Crucible mode

Bungie responded, pledging to fix the 'illegal' crafted weapons while preserving players' investments

Updates rolled out, temporarily disabling Exotic and Legendary features on these crafted weapons

Speculation abounded, with some players suspecting the updates were causing the error surge

However, Bungie clarified that the errors were the result of DDoS attacks

As Bungie battles these challenges, Destiny's epic saga marches on

The saga's conclusion, 'The Final Shape,' arrives on February 27, 2024

Destiny 2 continues to evolve, with new adventures on the horizon

Stay tuned for more updates from the Destiny universe