Amid Bungie\u2019s decision to migrate Destiny 2 from Blizzard\u2019s online platform, the game has remained unfazed.\r\n\r\nEarlier this year, the first-person shooter game\u2019s developer parted ways with its publisher, Activision. As a result, it was dropped from Battle.net\u2019s list of supported titles.\r\n\r\nBeing the multiplayer title\u2019s project director, Mark Noseworthy, admitted that the Destiny sequel is looking for a \u201cnew home.\u201d Luckily, Steam got their back. On Sept. 17, the second installment of the game officially started with Steam. In October, a new update, Shadowkeep, was launched.\r\n\r\n[embed]https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=LFYJTudJ540[\/embed]\r\n\r\nValve Corporation\u2019s digital distribution platform revealed some interesting figures recently. According to its report, Destiny 2 recorded the best performance in terms of revenue. This was among the top 20 titles released on Steam during the month.\r\n\r\nThe game\u2019s latest achievement could be attributed to the almost 300,000 concurrent gamers it attracted in October. The Steam Charts also disclosed that the figure even hit a peak of 292,314. Meanwhile, the number of active players within the last 24 hours reached 103,169 at its peak.\r\n\r\nWith how the game has been performing after the transfer, it appears that it was a wise move after all. It is worth noting, too, that Destiny 2 was able to beat other popular titles, which include the following:\r\n\r\n\u2022 Grid, the racing game which Codemasters launched on October 11.\r\n\r\n\u2022 Disco Elysium, the role-playing game from ZA\/UM.\r\n\r\n\u2022 Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince, the puzzle-solving title from Frozenbyte.\r\n\r\n\u2022 WWE 2K20, the video game from developer Visual Concepts and publisher 2K Sports that features professional wrestling bouts.\r\n\r\n\u2022 Chernobylite, the sci-fi survival-themed video game from The Farm 51.\r\n\r\n\u2022 ArchAge: Unchained, the sandbox title from XL Games.\r\n\r\n\u2022 DigimonStory Cyber Sleuth: Complete Edition, the RPG from Media Vision, and Bandai Namco Entertainment.\r\n\r\nOn the other hand, fans of Destiny 2 were disappointed to experience some bumps on Friday, Nov. 22. Its server went down for unknown reasons.\r\n\r\nMany gamers shared that their attempts to get into the game failed as they could not log in to their accounts. Meanwhile, others were unable to play it on different platforms, including the PC, Xbox, and PlayStation 4. Accordingly, the situation, which lasted for hours, had gamers see a message claiming that the server is \u201cat capacity.\u201d Based on Steam Charts, it had a total of 95,120 concurrent gamers accessing its Steam page on the said day.\r\n\r\nAmid this, Bungie has not explained the reason, except for assuring fans that it is already looking into the issue.\r\n\r\nIf it would be proven that being \u201cat capacity\u201d was indeed the culprit, should this be a cause of concern? Destiny 2 gamers would never be happy if the same situation happens again in the future.