How to fix error code Beetle in Destiny 2

Encountering the strange error code in Destiny 2 can be frustrating if you don’t know how to fix it. Retrieving the Beetle error code can be one of the most annoying as there are not many specific fixes that you can find on the internet. Here are our suggestions on how to fix your Destiny 2 game when you encounter the Beetle error code.

When you get the Beetle error code in Destiny 2, your game is having trouble connecting to the servers. This may be related to the heavy traffic the server is currently having, so we recommend connecting to a VPN if you have one and connecting through a server in a different location. Note that the server you are connecting to may cause lag.

If the above didn’t work, we recommend clearing your cache if you’re on PlayStation or Xbox. To do this, shut down your console completely (do not put it to sleep). If it’s off, unplug the console from the wall for 30 seconds to a minute, then start it again.

If none of this worked, we recommend restarting your router and making sure everything is running fine there. If possible, try a wired connection with an Ethernet cable. If you still have the Beetle error code after all of this, we recommend contacting Bungie Support or deleting and then reinstalling Destiny 2. How to fix error code Beetle in Destiny 2

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