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Destiny 2: How to Fix Full Server Capacity Issue


Destiny 2: How to Fix Full Server Capacity Issue

The waiting game begins.

Getting Around the Full Server Capacity Issue in Destiny 2

Destiny 2 has just launched in the US, and if you’ve been waiting to get into the game at midnight, it’s more than likely that you might have run into a warning stating that the servers are currently operating at full capacity. There’s no ‘fix’ for this, as this just means that there are too many people trying to get into Destiny 2 at the moment. Thankfully, the solution to getting around this is fairly simple.

If Destiny 2 tells you that servers are at full capacity, don’t just quit out of the application immediately. Instead, just let the game wait on the screen with the notice, and once the queues have cleared up a little, you’ll be automatically logged in. The game will log you in based on your queue number, so restarting the application might result in a much longer wait time. From our experience, we were able to get into the game after about 10 minutes of waiting, so hopefully the queues shouldn’t be too much of an issue for you and you won’t have to wait too long.

Be sure to check back with Twinfinite and our Destiny 2 wiki for more tips, tricks, and information on the game.

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