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How to fix destiny 2 keeps crashing?

Published on April 10th, 2022

The Destiny 2 keeps crashing error code happens when the game experiences an unexpected shutdown. This can be caused by a number of things, including corrupt game files, incompatible hardware, or a conflict with another program. In most cases, the error can be fixed by restarting the game or your computer. However, if the problem persists, you may need to delete your saved data and start the game from scratch.

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1. Check for updates for Destiny 2 and your platform

To check for updates for Destiny 2 on PC, open the Bungie.net website and click the "Games" tab. Under "Destiny 2," select "My Games and Apps" and click the "Updates" button. On the "Updates" page, click the "Check for Updates" button. If there are new updates available, Bungie.net will download and install them for you. To check for updates for Destiny 2 on PS4, open the PlayStation Network website and click the "System" tab. Under "Destiny 2," select "My Games and Apps" and click the "Updates" button. On the "Updates" page, click the "Check for Updates" button. If there are new updates available, PlayStation Network will download and install them for you. To check for updates for Destiny 2 on Xbox One, open the Xbox Live website and click the "Games" tab. Under "Destiny 2," select "My Games and Apps" and click the "Updates" button. On the "Updates" page, click the "Check for Updates" button. If there are new updates available, Xbox Live will download and install them for you.

2. Close any unnecessary applications running in the background

  1. Open up the "Task Manager" by hitting "Ctrl+Shift+Esc"
  2. Under the "Processes" tab, locate any applications that are not needed and right-click on them and select "End Process."
  3. Repeat this process for any other applications that are not needed and are currently running in the background.
  4. Close all open windows and tabs and restart your computer to complete the process.

3. Delete your temporary files

  1. Open Destiny 2 and click on the "File" menu.
  2. Select "History".
  3. Locate the "Temporary Files" entry and click on it.
  4. Select the files you want to delete and click on the "Delete" button.
  5. Confirm the deletion by clicking on the "Yes" button.

4. Verify your game files

  1. From the main menu, choose "Settings" and then "System"
  2. On the "System" tab, click on the "Advanced" button
  3. On the "Advanced" tab, under the "Debugging" header, click on the "Verify game files" checkbox
  4. Click on the "Start Verification" button
  5. A window will pop up asking you to choose a game file to verify. Click on the "Browse" button and select the game file that you wish to verify.
  6. The game will start verifying the file. Once the verification is complete, a message will appear indicating the file was verified.
  7. If the file was not verified, the game will say that the file is corrupt and will offer to fix it. Click on the "Fix" button to fix the file.

5. Change your graphics settings

  1. Click on the "Options" button in the bottom left corner of the main screen.
  2. Click on the "Display" tab.
  3. Under "Display Options," make sure that the "Use the following settings for all displays" box is checked.
  4. Under "Graphics Quality," make sure that the "Use the following settings" box is checked.
  5. Under "Video Quality," make sure that the "Use the following settings" box is checked.
  6. Under "Performance," make sure that the "Use the following settings" box is checked.
  7. Under "Display Mode," make sure that the "Use the following settings" box is checked.
  8. Under "Antialiasing," make sure that the "Use the following settings" box is checked.
  9. Under "AA Mode," make sure that the "Use the following settings" box is checked.
  10. Under "Texture Quality," make sure that the "Use the following settings" box is checked.
  11. Under "Shadow Quality," make sure that the "Use the following settings" box is checked.
  12. Under "Render Quality," make sure that the "Use the following settings" box is checked.
  13. Under "View Distance," make sure that the "Use the following settings" box is checked.
  14. Under "Lighting Quality," make sure that the "Use the following settings" box is checked.
  15. Under "Terrain Quality," make sure that the "Use the following settings" box is checked.
  16. Under "Planet Quality," make sure that the "Use the following settings" box is checked.
  17. Under "Character Quality," make sure that the "Use the following settings" box is checked.
  18. Under "Network Quality," make sure that the "Use the following settings" box is checked.
  19. Click on the "Apply" button to save your changes.

6. Update your drivers

  1. First, go to the website of your computer manufacturer and search for the driver that corresponds to your operating system.
  2. Once you've found the driver, double-click on it to open it.
  3. Find the section that corresponds to your destiny 2 installation, and click on the "update" button.
  4. Follow the on-screen instructions to install the driver.
  5. Once the driver has been installed, restart your computer.
  6. If the problem persists, try reinstalling the game.
  7. If the problem persists, contact your computer manufacturer for assistance.

Still not working? maybe try one of these options:

  1. Reset your in-game settings.
  2. Contact Bungie for support.