Lightfall is the latest campaign in Destiny 2. And while it has proven to be immensely popular, some of the errors cropping up have proven highly frustrating. A new one is the Destiny 2 error code Calabrese. A Calabrese is apparently a kind of broccoli. But don't let that fool you. This has nothing to do with eating your greens.
If you've run into this error, it has potentially stopped you from making progress in the game. In an effort to help you continue your quest, we'll give you an insight into what we know about this error, and what you can do to resolve it. Here's what you need to know.
How to fix the Calabrese error code in Destiny 2
First things first. On this occasion, the Calabrese error is almost certainly not your fault. This means you are a bit more limited in terms of how you might be able to fix it.
But Bungie themselves have a few general suggestions that come under the 'network troubleshooting' category. There's nothing to lose by trying them. But at the same time, don't be too shocked if they don't resolve the problem.
- Start by checking for any server issues. If there are, try again once those issues have been resolved.
- If you are using WiFi, try switching to a wired connection, as these tend to provide more stability.
- Try restarting your router.
- Minimise the number of other bandwidth-heavy devices and apps that are running while you try to play Destiny 2.
- Check for any pending game updates, and install these as soon as possible.
You can also follow the @BungieHelp Twitter feed, where they'll update you on any outages or updates. While this is believed to be a network-related issue, these fixes may not be as successful as usual. Read on to find out why.
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What is the Destiny 2 error code Calabrese?
The Calabrese Error is currently being investigated by Bungie, who have suggested that it appears most commonly when players are attempting to complete the Reclaiming Europa mission in the Season of the Risen. While this means it isn't specifically linked to the Witch Queen, the error itself seems to have appeared since Witch Queen was released.
The error has brought reports from players who are finding that they are unable to destroy or open the door. When they attempt to blast the door open, players are instead kicked off the server, and forced to go back into orbit, making it impossible to progress.
It is described as a "general networking error" by Bungie, and they have confirmed that they are actively tracking it. Apparently, the error can arise due to "testing or maintenance we are doing on our end". Although the specific nature of this error may indicate it is not down to either of those reasons on this occasion.
They are also working on an additional fix that they intend to release in a future update. So keep your eyes peeled for any game updates that become available, and install them as soon as possible. Until then though, there isn't a whole lot you can do to get past it, beyond trying the fixes we outlined above.
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