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Destiny 2 Error Code Buffalo - How to fix

Some players are experiencing the error code Buffalo in Destiny 2. Here's how to fix it.
Destiny 2 Error Code Buffalo - How to fix
Destiny 2 Season 17 kicks off on 24th May 2022, and as Bungie prepares to deploy a massive update, some technical issues are bound to pop up. As it turns out, some Destiny 2 players are now experiencing the infamous error code Buffalo.

As with most errors of this calibre, the Buffalo error code makes the game unplayable, which is frustrating. Hence, if you're one of those people who are currently experiencing this error, don't fret. Here's our guide that explains how to fix the error code Buffalo in Destiny 2.

What is the error code Buffalo in Destiny 2?

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Error code Buffalo in Destiny 2 is a platform-centric error. (Picture: Bungie)

According to Bungie, "This error appears to players who are not signed in with their platform account."

Error code Buffalo in Destiny 2 is a platform-centric error that could also prevent you from logging twice into the game.

For instance, you may be able to log into the game once, but trying to log in again after a while may show up the error code Buffalo, thus preventing you from logging in again.

How to fix error code Buffalo in Destiny 2

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There are several ways to fix error code Buffalo in Destiny 2. (Picture: Bungie)

Bungie has enlisted several ways to fix the error code Buffalo in Destiny 2. As mentioned above, it's a platform-centric error, so it's most likely to do with the status of the PlayStation Network or Xbox Live.

Here are some reasons for the error code Buffalo 

  • PlayStation Network or Xbox Live is undergoing maintenance
  • PlayStation Network or Xbox Live subscription has expired
  • Logging Destiny 2 on multiple PCs at the same time

The aforementioned reasons are self-explanatory though there are a few other fixes for PC users. 

Some players have reported that logging in and out of Battle.net allowed them to get back to the game. Others recommend using a VPN, as it allows them to easily log in to Destiny 2. 

Additionally, some players recommend changing the game server in Destiny 2. You can do this by simply going to the Destiny 2 page in the Blizzard app, where you will find the option to switch the game's server.

These are some of the ways to fix the error code Buffalo in Destiny 2.

 

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Featured image courtesy of Bungie.