invisible enemies in Destiny 2 Lightfall
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How to Fix Invisible Player Glitch in Destiny 2

John Cena, get out of my Destiny 2!

Invisibility bugs are some of the most frustrating bugs to encounter, especially in PvP. Warzone was plagued with them at the start, and even Elden Ring had its fight against invisible enemies. Now, Destiny 2 Lightfall players are encountering invisible bugs, creating major problems for players. Here’s how to fix Destiny 2 Lightfall invisibility bug.

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Some players are finding that if they run into the bug, they’ll see it over and over again. This problem is affecting both PC and console players, and some have noticed that it happens when they switch between loadouts. It only seems to be happening in PvP, so players can still enjoy the somewhat confusing campaign.

Bungie Help has now addressed the issue, with a fairly conventional solution at this time: to restart the game app.

Prior to Bungie weighing in officially, players experiencing the issue had been confirming that restarting the game seemed to alleviate the issues. Those keeping score would note that the Commendations screen appears to be causing a lot of headaches, causing potential crashes for some players. This invisibility glitch could be a direct result of trying to rectify that bug, or something entirely differently.

That’s all there is to know about how to fix Destiny 2 Lightfall invisibility bug right now. This isn’t the first time that Destiny has struggled with invisibility bugs, so hopefully, a fix beyond turning it off and on again will be officially released by Bungie sooner rather than later.

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Brittany Alva
Brittany was a freelance writer for Twinfinite covering all things Genshin Impact, Disney and video games news from February 2023 to April 2023. She's a self-proclaimed video game newsie that's obsessed with deck-building and monster-taming games.