Destiny 2 is one of the more popular live-service video games in the world. Combining the MMORPG and first-person shooter genre together, this video game title attracts tons of players that go through its servers.
Sometimes these server experience issues. From errors that prevent players from not claiming items, all the way to the inability to even play the game, there are several issues that don't allow players to play the game at times. One of these is the “Calabrese” error code in Destiny 2.
If you're a player experiencing the Calabresel error, we've got you covered. Here's how to fix the Calabrese error code in Destiny 2.
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What is the “Calabrese” error code in Destiny 2
Destiny 2's Calabrese error code is a unique error in that it only occurs when players try to connect to the game's servers. Reading "You have been returned to Orbit. Please try again," players who experience the error are unable to log into the game and are stuck in Orbit.
This error code mainly pops up when testing or maintenance of Destiny 2's servers is happening. However, sometimes it occurs due to a server-side issue or when the player doesn't have a good enough connection to the internet.
Knowing that, here's how to fix this error in Destiny 2.
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How to fix the “Calabrese” error code in Destiny 2
There are a few ways of tackling the Calabrese error code in Destiny 2. Here's what we've found works best. It's worth noting that most of the time this error is on Bungie's end and players can't do much about it until it's fixed.
Check Destiny 2's server status
Prior to actually trying to get hands-on with the issue, go ahead and check up on Destiny 2's servers.
The best way to do this is by visiting the Bungie Forums, going to the Destiny Server and Update Status website, checking the Bungie Help Twitter, or paying a visit to downdetector.com.
Restart your internet
Next up is restarting your internet.
To do this, go over to your router or modem, or router+modem combination, unplug them, wait for around 10 seconds, and plug them back in.
Once your internet is back up and running, try logging back into Destiny.
Flush your DNS Resolver Cache
If the above didn't work and are a PC player, try your hand at flushing your DNS Resolver Cache. Here are steps on how to do so.
- Go to your Start Menu and type "Command Prompt" and click on it
- In the chat box type the following
- "ipconfig /flushdns" and press Enter.
- "ipconfig /registerdns" and press Enter.
- "ipconfig /release" and press Enter.
- "ipconfig /renew" and press Enter.
- "netsh winsock reset" and press Enter.
- Restart your PC
Change your DNS settings
If the problem is still persistent and are a PC user, change your DNS settings. Here are steps on how to do so.
- Go to your Start Menu and type "Control Panel," alternatively go to your Control Panel
- Select Network and Internet
- Click on Network and Sharing Center and Change Adapter Settings
- Select the Networking tab and click on Advanced, clicking on the DNS tab afterwards
- Click OK
- Lastly, select the "Use the following DNS server addresses"
- That's it!
Restart your PC, PlayStation, or Xbox
Lastly, if everything you tried didn't work just go for the good ol' reboot. Go ahead and restart your platform of choice, be it your PC, PlayStation, and Xbox consoles.
To restart, just completely shut off your PC or console and turn it back on. Once it's all booted up, try logging back into Destiny 2.
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