How to Fix Error Code WEASEL in Destiny 2

Having issues with error code WEASEL?

by Gordon Bicker

Destiny 2 players are always flocking to the game each and every day to enjoy all of the excellent content on offer. Of course, with the vast number of fans always running through the servers there are bound to be a few error codes that appear from time to time.

One such error code that players have been noticing is the error code “WEASEL”. This guide article will take you through methods of potential fixes for the Destiny 2 error code weasel.

Fixing Error Code WEASEL in Destiny 2

The Destiny 2 “WEASEL” error code is a new code that players are getting. Error code “WEASEL” is for two things: either you’re banned from Destiny 2 or you are having connectivity issues. If you can log back into Destiny 2, then you’ve eliminated the possibility of error code “WEASEL” being because you are banned.

There are three steps you can take to fix error code “WEASEL” in Destiny 2. First, you can go from Wi-Fi to a wired connection. This will eliminate the possibility of you getting another error code “WEASEL”. The second thing you can do is follow the official Destiny 2 Network Troubleshooting Guide. There, you will be guided through step by step how to fix your connectivity issues.

If you have done the two steps above and are still getting the Destiny 2 “WEASEL” error code, the last thing to try is to power cycle your platform. Whether you are on PC, PlayStation, Xbox, or something else, simply press and hold the power button for five to ten seconds. Once your platform is off, wait 30 seconds and then boot it up again. This should help refresh your platform’s connection.

Alternatively, the Destiny 2 servers may be down. The best way to check if Destiny 2 servers are down is to run a quick google search and check out one of the many ‘down detector’ sites around. Or you can go to the official Bungie website to check for any maintenance that might be going on.

And that is how to fix the “WEASEL” error code in Destiny 2. With your connectivity issues sorted out, you can now start farming Bright Dust. For more Destiny 2 error code fixes, quest guides, and more, visit our Destiny 2 page.

Destiny 2 is available now and playable on the following platforms: PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Google Stadia, and PC.

- This article was updated on September 30th, 2022