Destiny 2’s latest expansion, Shadowkeep is here, but as is common among major launches, players are reporting error codes that’s preventing them from getting involved. Here’s how to fix error code Weasel, Buffalo, Beaver & other similar codes, and what it means in Destiny 2.
How to Fix Error Code Weasel, Buffalo, Beaver & What it Means in Destiny 2: Shadowkeep
The launch of Destiny 2: Shadowkeep was highly anticipated and that means any time there’s a new expansion there’s going to be a lot of people trying it out all at once. As you can imagine, that puts the servers under a lot of strain.
This is exactly what’s causing the Weasel, Buffalo, Beaver error codes. Shadowkeep is bringing back a ton of new players and it’s causing the game to crash or lose connection to the server. If your game crashes and you see the error code then don’t panic — it’s a crash that’s typical of a server overload in Destiny 2.
So how to fix the issue? In short, there’s nothing you can do other than wait it out and keep retrying. The best place to keep track of what’s going on is the Bungie Help Twitter account which will post server status updates.
You can try logging and logging out and you might be able to get back in. But if you continue to get the weasel error, or any other similar ones, you’l just have to wait it out.
That does it for how to fix error code Weasel, Buffalo, Beaver & other similar codes, and what it means in Destiny 2: Shadowkeep.
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