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How do I fix Destiny 2 error code marmot?

Alton Alexander
By Alton AlexanderUpdated on June 4th, 2022

The Destiny 2 error code marmot is an error that can occur when attempting to load into the game. This error code is usually caused by an issue with the game's files, or by a problem with the user's computer. There are a few things that can be done in order to fix this error code, but it is often best to contact Bungie support in order to resolve the issue.

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1. Check the Bungie Help article for troubleshooting steps (https://www.bungie.net/en/Help/Article/45471)

  1. Open the Bungie Help article for troubleshooting steps (https://www.bungie.net/en/Help/Article/45471)
  2. Look for information on how to fix the error code.
  3. If you are able to fix the error code, follow the instructions. If you are not able to fix the error code, try the following: a. Make sure that your internet connection is stable. b. Make sure that your console is connected to the internet. c. Make sure that your console is signed in to your Destiny 2 account. d. Make sure that you are using the correct version of Destiny 2. e. Try restarting your console.

2. Delete the Destiny 2 folder in your Documents (My Games/Destiny 2) and try relaunching the game

-Open Documents (My Games/Destiny 2) -Locate the Destiny 2 folder -Right-click on the Destiny 2 folder and select Delete -Wait for the confirmation message -Relaunch the game and try to fix the error code

3. Restart your computer and try relaunching the game

  1. To restart your computer, press the power button and then press the restart button.
  2. When your computer restarts, go to the start menu and select "restart."
  3. After your computer restarts, go to your destiny 2 installation folder and launch the game.
  4. If you continue to experience problems, try reinstalling the game. To reinstall the game, go to the destiny 2 installation folder and launch the game again.
  5. If you still experience problems, you can contact support to get help. To contact support, go to the destiny 2 installation folder and launch the game again.

4. Verify your game files through Steam or the Blizzard App

  1. Open the Steam application.
  2. In the Library tab, select Destiny 2.
  3. Under the Games heading, select Properties.
  4. Under the Local Files heading, select Verify.
  5. In the results window, click OK.
  6. If the error persists, perform the following steps: a. Log into your Blizzard account. b. In the Blizzard app, select your game profile. c. Under the Game Settings heading, select Diagnostics. d. Under the Game Data heading, select Check Game Files. e. In the results window, click OK.
  7. If the error still persists, contact Activision Support.

5. Contact Bungie Customer Support

  1. On the main menu, select "Help."
  2. Select "Contact Customer Support."
  3. Enter your issue into the form, and follow the instructions provided.
  4. If you are unable to fix your issue, please provide as much information as possible so that we may help you further.