Destiny 2, like any other live-service online game, is prone to occasional server hiccups, maintenance downtimes, and other forms of conflict that keep you from playing. Recently, players have been encountering an error code named Calabrese when trying to connect to Destiny 2 servers, preventing them from logging in. If you’re dealing with this issue, continue reading to learn how to fix Destiny 2 error code Calabrese.
How to Fix Destiny 2 Error Code Calabrese
Luckily, Calabrese isn’t a very common error code to encounter. Because it’s related to a network error, it’s mostly seen when the game is undergoing server maintenance. Though, in some instances, you may receive the error code even when servers appear to be up and running. Follow these steps to see if it’s a problem on your end and find a possible solution:
Check Destiny 2 Server Status
Verify Integrity of Game Files
Errors can sometimes occur due to corrupted and/or missing game files. On PC, you can verify and repair your game files through Steam:
- Select Destiny 2 in your Steam Library
- Right-click and select Properties
- Click the Local Files tab
- Click Verify Integrity of Game Files
Restart your Internet Connection
It’s a tried and true method for a reason. Try unplugging your internet modem/router for about 30 seconds, and then plug them back in. Restarting your internet connection can sometimes help with connectivity issues.
Add a Firewall Exception for Destiny 2
Your Windows Firewall or anti-virus software could be interfering with Destiny 2, preventing you from connecting to servers. In Windows Firewall, you can allow specific applications a pass by adding them as exceptions.
For more information on Destiny 2, check out our other guides here at Prima Games.