After some server issues and lagging, it now looks like Destiny 2 is officially off and running - and has passed 1,200,000 players online concurrently.
Spain already another country for Catalans
The Constitutional Court last Thursday suspended the referendum after a legal challenge by Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy . Police have since searched newspaper offices and printers for signs of any preparation for the referendum.
It is likely that the drop in retail numbers signifies an increasing move to digital distribution and, if the concurrent figures are anything to go by, the retails sales are no indication of the number of people that have bought the game.
Bungie just announced on Twitter that its recently-released online first-person shooter Destiny 2 has reached a rather flattering milestone. Destiny 2's overall launch sales have been reported to be 60% below that of the original Destiny in the United Kingdom charts, but it's obvious quite a few people have gone the digital route this time around, and the United Kingdom charts only count physical copies sold. So just how much will it cost you if you want to dive in and journey across Destiny 2's collection of new planets and moons? There's now no way to check how many players are anticipating that version and simply waiting it out.
Florida air travel starts to shut down ahead of Irma
He agreed that some fares were high. "We've added additional flights out of Florida, but those flights are mostly sold out". Delta said Thursday it will cap fares in all cabins at $399 for flights to and from South Florida through September 13.
Earlier this week, Bungie mentioned that "millions" of players were already playing the game. Unfortunately, there is no word yet about the upcoming DLC's release date.
Nation Grieves For 9/11 Attack Victims
Vice President Mike Pence is in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, for a separate ceremony at the location of the Flight 93 Memorial. Vice President Mike Pence represented the administration at an observance at the September 11 memorial in Shanksville.