Destiny 2’s Known Issues and Bugs Detailed by Bungie

With over a million players and counting, Bungie is doing their best to stay on top of both fixing and reporting Destiny 2‘s issues. Since launch, players have reported being kicked from PlayStation 4 servers, Cabbage errors, and other bugs that aren’t necessarily gamebreaking but still pertinent.

Bungie has detailed problems they are currently fixing on the company’s Help forums, as well as resolved issues. Last updated on September 9th, below is the list of the emergent issues that have been identified in Destiny 2:

  • Cabbage Errors: We are investigating player reports of CABBAGE error codes. For specific updates on this issue, please stay tuned to this thread:
  • PS4 Pro Crashes: We are aware of reports of some PS4 Pro players encountering crashes and are working with our partners to investigate the issue.
  • Xbox Displayed Release Date: While the Xbox ONE Dashboard may be displaying the wrong date, Destiny 2 is available as of September 6, 2017. If you experience any issues accessing Destiny 2 licenses, you may need to contact Xbox Support for assistance.
  • Pre-Order Items and Content Packages: We are aware of player reports describing some items not being granted to players who believe they are eligible for access. We are working with our partners to determine the behavior of these content packs, and identify any issues which may be occurring.

As for issues that have already been solved by Bungie, see the below list:

  • Xbox One Matchmaking Times: Issues causing long matchmaking times and MONGOOSE errors on Xbox One have been resolved.
  • 503 Errors: We have resolved issues causing players to occasionally encounter 503 errors on
  • Permissions to access Online Multiplayer: Working with our platform partners, we have resolved an issue where this error would prevent player from signing in to Destiny 2.
  • PlayStation Store: We have resolved an issue where players would see “Content cannot be selected at this time” when attempting to access the PlayStation Store from Destiny 2.

There is also a lengthy list of known issues on the forums with information players should be aware of and tips they can follow to avoid some in-game problems. For example, when completing campaign or destination Quests, players should ensure that they have open inventory slots to accept reward items at Quest completion.

Destiny 2 is out now for PS4 and Xbox One, and coming to PC October 24th.