Destiny 2: How to Fix the Termite Error Code

Posted July 19, 2017

New Social Space: At 10 AM PT on July 23, you can visit the social space The Farm and do things like kick around a soccer ball or make friends with a chicken.

If you're one of those 25 million then the likelihood is that you're going to want to try the beta and see what its developers Bungie have in store for you. It seems the word "Beta" is getting thrown around quite liberally nowadays, and Destiny 2 isn't helping the problem.

The appearance of the Moose error code in Destiny 2's beta on PlayStation 4 shortly follows a litany of reports involving a Termite error code, which had forced players to persistently login to Bungie's servers to experience the trial, as there have been an extremely large amount of fans attempting to access the beta.

Multiplayer: Try the new attack/defend Countdown mode on the map Endless Vale. Betas do often carry on for a day or two longer than they're supposed to though, which is exactly what happened with the one for the first Destiny.

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Last but by no means least there's also the Destiny 2 Collector's Edition, which is sold out in most places but can still be found at the odd retailer if you check the Destiny 2 website. Before you hop into the beta, there is some housekeeping that needs to be down.

The Farm, Destiny 2's new social space, will open up on the final 24 hours of the beta.

Homecoming is the only story mission included in the beta. Countdown rounds can take a bit of time since they are slower paced, especially if you are playing against a good team. Control the zones on another new map built with this objective in mind. This can be played with two friends you bring or via matchmaking. Three players can team up for The Spire at a time.

Character Progression: You'll receive rewards for defeating your enemies - be they Cabal, Vex, or other Guardians - but the Beta does not represent how your characters will evolve in Destiny 2. You will get an exclusive emblem though, that won't be available anywhere else. Use it to report any issues that you have and get the latest information from the Destiny community.