'Destiny 2 Is Temporarily At Capacity' Explained: What Does The Error Message Mean?
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'Destiny 2 Is Temporarily At Capacity' Explained: What Does The Error Message Mean?

Lloyd Coombes
9 November 2020

Beyond Light, but not beyond queueing.

Beyond Light arrives for Destiny 2 players tomorrow, and it's likely to cause a huge influx of players.

With the expansion available on all platforms, as well as Xbox Game Pass, it's likely that we'll see sizeable server queues.

Here's what "Destiny 2 Is Temporarily At Capacity" means for you on expansion launch day.

'Destiny 2 Is Temporarily At Capacity' Explained

 

Despite what the internet may tell you, Destiny 2 is still very much a popular title. As such, when expansions launch, it's not surprising to find that the game won't let you in because it's "at capacity".

There's no way to "fix" this, so sit tight, and wait it out.

Players don't usually need to do anything, as the game will add them to a server as soon as a space becomes available.

In the past, queues can be gone in a matter of minutes or can take a while longer. With that in mind, maybe get the kettle on.

The queue is on top of Destiny 2 server downtime, but you can negate some of that on PC by pre-loading the expansion.

For more on Beyond Light, be sure to check in on our guide to everything going away with the launch of Beyond Light.

We've also got a rundown of the expansion's exotics.

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