Errors codes can be the bane of a Destiny 2 player’s existence. Clear points of friction that will stop players from being able to engage with the game until solving whatever causes the error. Here’s how to fix the Okra error code.
Destiny 2: How to Fix Okra Error Code
“Bungie is actively tracking this general networking error. Your disconnect was reported the moment it occurred. If you continue to receive this error, please consider following the suggestions in our Network Troubleshooting Guide.
This error can occur due to testing or maintenance we are doing on our end, please pardon our dust!”
This error code is similar to Bean and Parsley, but the major key difference here is that it’s on Bungie’s end. You won’t be able to outright fix this error on your own, instead, you’ll have to check places like the Bungie Help Twitter account to get updates on when testing or scheduled maintenance will resume.
It’s also important to remember that Destiny 2 has weekly downtime every Tuesday, which you can learn more about here.
If there is no testing or scheduled maintenance but you’re still receiving this error, try closing the game completely and rebooting it. If the problem persists you can also reset your router or try a hardwire connection if you’re on Wi-Fi.