One of the popular first-person shooter free-to-play action role-playing online multiplayer video games is Destiny 2 that has been developed by Bungie in 2017 and available for PS4, Xbox One, Windows, Google Stadia platforms. Although the game is very much appreciated due to its gameplay and graphics, some of the players have started reporting that the Destiny 2 Error Code Chard is appearing after a couple of minutes of sign in. If you’re also one of them, check this simple troubleshooting guide.
So, according to the Bungie support team, when players receive the CHARD error that means there are some issues with Destiny 2 and the Battle.net client. So, you should follow some of the possible workarounds below to fix the issue completely. Are you one of the victims? If yes, then without further ado, let’s jump into the steps below.
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How to Fix Destiny 2 Error Code Chard
Here we’ve shared some of the steps below that you should follow one by one until the error gets fixed completely.
1. Check Server Issues
First of all, you will need to check the Bungie server-status officially to get notified whether there is any server downtime happening or not. If in case, there is a server downtime or outage appearing then wait for a couple of hours and check back again. Even after waiting for a while, the server down then you should contact to Bungie support.
2. Repair Game using Battle.net
- Force close the Destiny 2 game on your PC then relaunch the Battle.net client.
- Click on the Games tab > Choose Destiny 2 from the list of games in the left-pane.
- Click on Options > Click on Scan & Repair.
- Now, click on Begin Scan and wait for the process to complete.
- Once done, restart your PC and launch the game to check for the issue.
3. Clear Console Cache
- Turn off the console completely.
- Now, unplug the power cable from the console and from the power socket as well.
- Wait for around a couple of minutes and plug back in the cable.
- Power on the console and relaunch the Destiny 2 game.
4. Power Cycle your Router
- Turn off the Wi-Fi Router and unplug the adapter from the power socket.
- Unplug the cable from the router as well.
- Wait for a couple of seconds and then plug back in the cable & adapter.
- Turn on the router and try running the game again.
5. Restart Battle.net and Sign in again
- Launch Blizzard’s Battle.net application, click on your account from the top-right corner.
- Click on Log Out > Confirm the task and wait for your account to be logged out.
- Now, click on the tray-bar from the taskbar > Right-click on the Battle.net icon > Select Quit to force close the client.
- Next, relaunch the Battle.net client > Sign in again with your existing account.
- Launch Destiny 2 and check for the issue.
6. Update Windows
- Click on Start > Select Settings menu > Update & Security.
- Next, click on Check for updates.
- If there is a new Windows update available, just Download and Install it.
- Once done, restart your PC and try running the game.
7. Update Graphics Drivers
- Click on Start > Type Device Manager and click on it from the search result.
- Click on the arrow icon beside Display adapters.
- Now, right-click on the display graphics and select Update driver.
- Click on Search automatically for updated driver software.
- It will search for the driver update and if available, it will automatically download and install it.
- Once done, your PC will ask you to restart the system.
That’s it, guys. We hope you’ve found this article very useful. Feel free to ask in the comment below for further queries.