If you’re diving into Destiny 2’s latest expansion, then you’ve got quite a bit to look forward to. Unfortunately, some players have reported the appearance of the Weasel error code, which causes them to be disconnected. In this guide we’ll go over everything you need to know to fix the Weasel error code and get back into the thick of things in Destiny 2.
How to fix Weasel error code in Destiny 2
As a split-off of another error code (CENTIPEDE), the Weasel error code hits players when they have connection issues with the Destiny 2 servers. Unfortunately, this can often be caused by a number of things—storms in the player’s area, bad Wi-Fi connection, or even just general internet issues themselves. The Weasel error is also a code that players using Cross Save will run into when they try to log in to multiple platforms simultaneously.
If you receive the Weasel error code, then troubleshooting the issue is quite easy. First, make sure your internet connection is stable and working as intended. If this isn’t the issue, then go ahead and power cycle your console or computer to refresh the network connection. Make sure to leave the console or PC off for a few good seconds, as this will allow it to complete power down and refresh everything.
If you’re still having connection issues in Destiny 2, you can check out our guide on how to change your Nat Type, which will allow your PlayStation 4, Xbox One, or PC to communicate with the Destiny servers better. You can also check out Bungie’s network troubleshooting guide or view the other error codes that Destiny 2 players have run into for more information.
Now that you know how to fix the Weasel error code in Destiny, head back over to our Destiny 2 guide for even more useful information and articles.
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