Guardians got their first taste of Destiny 2 on PC over the last few days, and the feedback has been overwhelmingly positive. Frame rates are high, older machines are running the game smoothly, and the amount of customization of PC settings is impressive. Not all is perfect, though, with some players recently getting a Destiny 2 error code called Piano.
Destiny 2 Error Code Piano
While we haven’t been able to nail down exactly what the Destiny 2 error code Piano means, we can tell you why you’re getting it right now; the Destiny 2 PC beta is over. It ended at 10 a.m. PDT on Thursday, August 31. That’s 1 p.m. EDT for those in the east. This means that the Destiny 2 servers will be offline and inaccessible until the game launches on September 5 at 9 p.m. PDT. If you attempt to load into the game until then, chances are you’ll be getting an error code such as Piano.
If you enjoyed the Destiny 2 PC beta but don’t really have a PC that can run it up to your expectations, Shacknews has you covered. Our very own Chris Jarrard wrote a comprehensive guide on how to build a PC for Destiny 2. The guide includes both a basic build that will get you 1080p and 60fps, and a high-end build that will not only handle Destiny 2, but also any PC game that you wish to play.
Now that you know why you’re seeing error code Piano when trying to play Destiny 2, consider reading up on all the Destiny 2 coverage on Shacknews. We’ve got information on more error codes, including error code Saxophone, error code Olive and yes, error code Termite.