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How to Fix Destiny 2 Error Code Centipede?

Alton Alexander
By Alton AlexanderUpdated on June 4th, 2022

The Destiny 2 Error Code Centipede is a general error that can occur for a variety of reasons. The most common cause is an issue with the game's servers, which can be due to maintenance or other problems. Other causes can include your own connection or hardware issues.

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1. Check for updates and patch the game

  1. On the main menu, select "Settings"
  2. Select "System"
  3. Under "Operating System," select "Check for Updates."
  4. If there are any updates available, the game will prompt you to install them.
  5. Once the updates are installed, select "Close" to return to the main menu.
  6. Select "Game" to launch the game.
  7. If the game still fails to launch, try restarting your console.

2. Delete any corrupted files and redownload them

Delete the corrupted files:

  1. Go to your Destiny 2 folder.

  2. Locate the "Bin" folder.

  3. Delete the "Centipede" folder.

  4. Copy the "Centipede" folder from your original Destiny 2 installation to the Bin folder.

  5. Launch Destiny 2 and select the "My Games" tab.

  6. Locate the "Centipede" game folder and select it.

  7. Copy the entire "Centipede" folder to your destination drive. Redownload the corrupted files:

  8. Go to your Destiny 2 folder.

  9. Locate the "Bin" folder.

  10. Copy the "Centipede" folder from your original Destiny 2 installation to the Bin folder.

  11. Launch Destiny 2 and select the "My Games" tab.

  12. Locate the "Centipede" game folder and select it.

  13. Copy the entire "Centipede" folder to your destination drive.

3. Verify the game files through Steam

  1. Firstly, open up Steam and sign in.
  2. Click on the Library tab at the top of the Steam window.
  3. Right-click on the destiny 2 game file and select Properties from the menu that appears.
  4. In the Properties window, click on the Local Files tab.
  5. If the game file is verified, a green checkmark will appear next to its name. If the file is not verified, a red X will appear next to its name.
  6. Click on the Verify File button to try and fix the game file. If the file is not verified, Steam will offer to update the file.
  7. If the file is verified, Steam will offer to install the update. click on the Install button to install the update.

4. Change the graphics settings in the game

  1. Open destiny 2 and click on "Options" in the top left corner.
  2. Click on "Display" in the options window.
  3. Under "Graphics", make sure "Render at 1920x1080" is selected.
  4. Click on the "Advanced" button and make sure "Texture Resolution" is set to "High".
  5. Click on the "Resolution" drop-down menu and select "1280x720".
  6. Click on the "Apply" button to save your changes.

If you didn't find success with an option above, then try:

  1. Lower the in-game resolution.
  2. Run the game as an administrator.
  3. Reinstall the game.