How to fix the Weasel error code in Destiny 2

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A handful of errors and issues could occur in Destiny 2 when attempting to play the game. There might be problems with the game’s servers, queue times, or even a problem trying to complete a specific quest. If you’re encountering the Weasel error code, that’s a particular problem you’ll have to deal with before playing Destiny 2. This guide covers everything you need to know about the Destiny 2 Weasel error code and how to deal with it.

What to do about the Weasel error code in Destiny 2

The Weasel error code highlights that you’re trying to play your Destiny 2 account on multiple platforms using the game’s cross save function. Suppose you’re logged into Destiny 2 on a separate console. In that case, the Weasel error code is having issues figuring out where you’re playing because you’re trying to use the same account on multiple platforms.

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To help settle this problem, you’ll want to swap to a wired internet connection rather than a WiFi one if you can. If you can’t, you’ll want to follow Bungie’s Network Troubleshooting Guide to follow the steps to figure out what could be happening. A good alternative is to make sure the other consoles or platforms you use on your Destiny 2 account have been turned off and are not connected to your WiFi network. After that, if you cannot connect to the Destiny 2 servers, you’ll want to restart your machine and try loading the servers again.

It does boil down to potentially being a problem on Bungie’s side in holding the servers up. If you continually have these errors, we recommend shutting down the game and following the Bungie Help twitter page for Destiny 2 to see if the errors have been corrected.