Troubles seem to brew in the Destiny 2 community. Several players seem to be getting disconnected because of a problem with the server, with the error message not saying much. If you've also been having trouble with the Destiny 2 error code Olive, let's see how to fix it.
Let's see what we can do to fix the Destiny 2 error code Olive and get back to gaming.
How to fix Destiny 2 error code Olive
There are several possible fixes for this error, the first one is quite obvious: checking to see if the servers are working.
Destiny 2 servers not working
Perhaps it's just a problem on Bungie's side of things. Take a look at the Bungie Destiny socials or just take a look at the outage report to see if other people are also reporting problems connecting to the game.
Idling too long
If you've been just been standing around doing nothing, that might also cause this problem to pop up. In that case, just reboot your session and try to avoid standing around too long.
Use a Bungie account to connect
Players are reporting that logging in to a Bungie account before starting a game seems to solve the issue. If you don't have one, create one and log in before starting your online session.
Perhaps it's just a problem with your particular device which is preventing you from enjoying a Destiny 2 session. Reboot your console or PC and, if you want, you can also power cycle them by unplugging them from the socket, waiting a couple of minutes, then plugging them back in.
What is Destiny 2 error code Olive?
The error pops up when trying to log-in, with the message saying "There may be a problem with your Bungie account". The support page also is not particularly helpful, as it just tells us to exit the game and try again.
Still, we are sure that if you follow our methods you should be back playing Destiny 2 in no time!