How To Fix Destiny 2 Error Code Urchin?

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Error code Urchin with Destiny 2 is a known issue and has been addressed by the developers. As per the developer’s this error code Urchin occurs with Destiny 2 when users are unable to launch into or complete an activity.

There are two main reasons for the error

  • You are trying to launch into an activity that is restricted or banned to your account.
  • In case you are having the error while playing “Mission: Cocoon” from Season of the Lost, then you are required to clear the space in your quest inventory.
Destiny 2 Error Code Urchin

Fixes For Destiny 2 Error Code Urchin

Fix 1: Check If You Are Trying To Access An Restricted Activity

  • If you are getting this error while launching into an activity then check if you are trying to access a restricted activity.
  • To confirm this you can try selecting a different activity and if you can access it then this indicates that you were previously trying to access an activity that was restricted.
  • It can also be possible that you have some kind of ban on your account. To know more about the Destiny account restrictions and ban policies you can visit this official article.

Fix 2: Are You Playing “Mission: Cocoon”

If case you are getting the error while playing the “Mission: Cocoon” from the Season of the Lost, then try clearing out the space in your quest inventory and then check if now you can bypass the error.

Fix 3: Verify The Integrity Of Game Files

In case you are using a PC to play Destiny 2 then we will advise you to verify the integrity of your game files for your Steam app.

  • First, you need to Restart your PC.
  • Then launch Steam.
  • Then go to your game library, and right-click on Destiny 2.
  • Then choose Properties.
  • Then choose the Installed Files tab.
  • Then choose the Verify integrity of game files option.
  • Then wait till the file verification process finishes.
  • Then check if now you can play the game without the error.

Fix 4: Clear Your Console Cache

In case you are playing Destiny 2 on a console then we will advise you to clear your gaming console cache by power cycling it and then check for the error.

  • Power off your gaming console.
  • Once your console is completely powered off, then Unplug your console power cord from the back of the console.
  • Then let your console in the power down state for around 5 minutes.
  • Then Power on the console.
  • Then relaunch the game and check if the error continues.

Fix 5: Reinstall Destiny 2

If you still get the error then you should now try reinstalling Destiny 2. Simply uninstall Destiny 2 from your device and then restart the device. After that reinstall Destiny 2 and check if the error continues.

  • Uninstall the Destiny 2 from your device.
  • Then Power Cycle your device by powering off your device for around 5 minutes and then restart the device.
  • Then Reinstall Destiny 2.
  • Then Relaunch Destiny 2.
  • Then check if the error continues.

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