Destiny 2: How to fix "This Item Is Not Currently Available" Error

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Incorporating MMORPG aspects with the first-person shooter genre, Destiny 2 is one of the more unique and popular video games out there.

It combines the perfect amount of story with gameplay while also making sure that class enjoyment and character progression are at the forefront. Part of this character progression is the ability for players to get their Guardians items in order to become stronger and more powerful.

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You can get items in plenty of different ways, including raids, dungeons, PvP, and more, however, sometimes, there are outside forces that do the complete opposite—that's where the "This Item Is Not Currently Available" error comes in.

Knowing that, here's how to fix one of the more pesky errors in Destiny 2.

What is the "This Item Is Not Currently Available" Error in Destiny 2

Destiny 2's "This Item Is Not Currently Available" error is an error that appears for various reasons. The error itself pops up when items in the game become unavailable for use as they were disabled on purpose by the developers.

Destiny 2: How to fix the "This Item Is Not Currently Available" Error - Destiny 2
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Additionally, sometimes, the error surfaces due to a problem a player is having with a game license, sometimes even going missing.

Usually, Bungie gives players some type of notice if a particular weapon or item is removed from the game with the developers giving an explanation. However, in some cases, items that were not officially removed still show the error.

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How to fix the "This Item Is Not Currently Available" Error in Destiny 2

There are several ways to go about fixing Destiny 2's "This Item Is Not Currently Available".

Here are a few methods.

Restarting the game

First and foremost, it doesn't hurt to give one of the most tried and true methods a whirl. Sometimes your game didn't wake up on the right side of the morning that day, that's why it's good to restart it.

Giving the game a fresh new start sometimes makes it run more smoothly, free of any bugs or errors, making this a decent solution.

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Make sure your game is up to date

Another known method in video games that could work to fix this error is just making sure your game is up to date.

In order to do that, boot up the game, and make sure it's up to date.

Check the game license

As one of the main culprits as to why this error pops up, checking your Destiny 2 game license is a great solution. With many expansions to purchase and download, it's possible that players sometimes miss one.

If you don't have a particular expansion then that might be the issue, if you do, then you can restore the license for it. This can be done by visiting your designated platform's support.

Reinstall the game

Also a part of the well-known ways to fix video game issues is just plainly re-installing the game.

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Re-installing the game completely from scratch, expansions and all might just be what you need and what might completely fix the problem completely.

Verify if an item has been disabled

Being one of the main reasons why this error pops up, it's good to verify if an item has actually been disabled. This can be done by going to Bungie's help pages or paying their official Bungie Help Twitter a visit.

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