Destiny 2 How to fix error code Baboon

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The Destiny 2 Baboon error code has been plaguing players who are wondering how to solve it. like any online game, Bungie's shooter is not without its fair share of technical issues. This one in particular is a "general networking error."

In this article, we'll delve into this issue and provide you with some useful tips to troubleshoot and potentially resolve it.

If you're experiencing issues with other Destiny 2 error codes, we have guides to help you solve the Honeydew and Cabbage errors as well.

Baboon error code in Destiny 2 - How to fix

Bungie has been actively monitoring and addressing this general networking error that causes a Baboon error code in Destiny 2, assuring players that they are aware of the problem.

This error can be attributed to various factors, such as packet loss, disruptions in your home network, ISP saturation, or even general internet congestion. Sometimes, even your WiFi setup or mobile hotspot may be the culprit, experiencing momentary blips or loss of connection.

Here are some solutions you might find helpful when dealing with error code Baboon in Destiny 2.

Switch to a wired connection

Before you proceed with any troubleshooting, it's highly recommended to temporarily switch from WiFi to a wired connection. This step is crucial to eliminate WiFi signal issues as a potential cause of the problem. A wired connection tends to be more stable and reliable for online gaming.

Force Quit Destiny 2

If you find yourself repeatedly encountering the error code Baboon in Destiny 2 and are unable to log into the game, consider force quitting the game as a first measure. Here's how to do it on different gaming platforms:

Xbox Series X|S

  • While in the game or app, press the Xbox button.
  • Highlight the Destiny 2 application tile and press the Menu button.
  • Select "Quit."

PlayStation 5

  • Hold down the PS button.
  • Select "Close Application."
  • Confirm by selecting "Yes."

On PC you can simply rely on the good old Alt+F4.

If issues persist, sadly there's not much else to do on your part and it could be a server issue.

In any case, check out more Destiny 2 content, including a quick recap of everything waiting for you if you decide to jump into the game during Season of the Witch.

For more articles like this, take a look at our Guides and Destiny page.