Connection errors are not out of the ordinary with live-administration games and Destiny 2 is no special case. Players will undoubtedly encounter mistake codes, especially at the send off of another season, fix, or content drop.
The Chicken blunder code in Destiny 2 is normal with players and it is tied straightforwardly with home web associations. For reasons unknown or other, the client can’t associate with Destiny 2 because of an issue with their modem/switch or web access supplier (ISP). For this situation, it could almost certainly be the client can’t interface with their home web by any stretch of the imagination.
In spite of the fact that Bungie credits the Chicken blunder code to the client’s end, this could not generally be the situation. On the BungieHelp Twitter, the organization’s help group detailed an ascent in Chicken blunder codes, probably an outcome on the organization’s end and not the client’s. Players ought to, above all else, follow BungieHelp for the latest Destiny 2 blunder reports prior to investigating further.
There is no “one-size-fits-all” solution to the Chicken error. Rather, one user’s connection issue might differ from another user’s. If BungieHelp has not reported the Chicken error on the company’s end, players should shuffle through these steps.
- If possible, wire your PC or console directly to your home/router modem using an ethernet cable.
- Clear your Console Cache or the Download Cache in Steam.
- Console Cache: Completely power down the console. When 100% powered down, unplug the power cord from the back of the console. Wait at least five minutes before doing anything. Plug the power cord back into console, turn on console, and re-launch the game.
- Steam Download Cache: With Steam opened on PC, open the Settings panel. Within Settings, press the Downloads tab. Within the Downloads tab, press CLEAR DOWNLOAD CACHE. Select OK to confirm. Log back into Steam and re-launch the game.
- Unplug your home router/modem. Wait at least 30 to 60 seconds before plugging router/modem back in.
If these solutions do not work, players should create a thread in Bungie’s Help Forum detailing the connection issue and continue following along to the BungieHelp Twitter account.
Worst case scenario is a possible local outage caused by the user’s ISP. In this case, users should contact their local ISP if the Chicken error code persists.