Errors in the Beta? Here Are the Destiny 2 Workarounds!

By Veena on July 20, 2017 Gaming News with No Comments


Since the release of the early access beta, errors have been popping up, here are the Destiny 2 workarounds for you. Betas are actually meant to test the not yet perfect game so of course errors are likely to occur.

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So far, here are the list of error codes as well as its workarounds:
  • Client Crashes – as of right now there is no workaround. Bungie is investigating the issue.
  • Moose Error Code – players must restart the activity.
  • Weasel Error Code – right now there are no workarounds from Bungie, however, Redditors found a way to fix it.
  • Olive Error Code – players must relaunch the beta and retry the activity. If this doesn’t work exit Destiny 2 and relaunch.

Issues found in Destiny 2 Beta

  • When attempting to play the beta, players must experience different networking error codes.
  • Error codes are expected to appear periodically because Bungie is testing for server stability.
  • During Crucible play some location names may not appear.
  • After seeing a black screen when entering a countdown match, players might get kicked to orbit.
  • When joining in progress games, players might be placed at the beginning of the Inverted Spire.
  • Some weapons or abilities may have higher or lower damage than intended because the Sandbox balancing is still taking place.
  • Not every content is localized in all languages.
  • A network trouble shooting guide is made to ensure proper network settings.
For any other issues, Bungie encourages players to report it in their help forums. Destiny 2 releases on September 5, 2017, available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. PC will be released at a later date.


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