Playing Destiny 2 on PC can be very enjoyable, but things tend to go sour if you have errors occur mid-game. One of the errors is called honeydew, and it shows up right when you least expected it. Here’s what you need to know about the honeydew error code as well as if there is a way of fixing it.
How to fix Destiny 2 Honeydew Error Code
The Honeydew error mostly occurs when traveling to new planets. When you click on a planet to travel to you can sometimes get a error saying “Could not connect to the Destiny 2 servers, please try again later.” You will also be given a website URL in order to get more information on the error.
This is what will happen and what you should do if you are meet with the Honeydew error. First, follow the link to the Bungie support website. While you’re there, if you search for Honeydew, you’ll find the following description:
Error code honeydew means the activity you’re trying to get to is currently unavailable at the moment. Specifically, it means “public access to an Activity has been manually overridden by Bungie.” This is due to Bungie solving an issue or an activity being removed due to a update.
Fortunately, the news is good: There’s nothing you need to do to fix it. All that’s left is to wait. If you still are having problems with this error, or if there is nothing being done to it, then we suggest leaving Bungie a message on the support page or @BungieHelp on Twitter.
That’s all you need to know about how to fix the Honeydew error in Destiny 2. While you’re here, be sure to read some of our other Destiny 2 guides: