How To Fix Destiny Error Code Prune?

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  • As per Bungie, the Destiny error code prune is a general networking error that can occur if servers are facing issues or if your network has some problem.
  • If you are having the Destiny error code prune then first you should check if Bungie servers are down, but if Bungie servers are working fine then you need to troubleshoot your network.
Destiny Error Code Prune

Fixes For Destiny Error Code Prune

Fix 1: Check Server Status

Most of the time this error is the result of server issues so we will advise you to check the Bungie server status before trying any workarounds. To check Bungie server status you can visit here. Alternatively, you can also visit downdetector to check if Destiny servers are having an outage.

Fix 2: Restart Device And Network

If there are no reported outages or server maintenance then we will advise you to restart your device along with the router to check if it helps resolve the issue or not.

  • Power off your gaming device and unplug it from the power source.
  • Then power off the router and unplug the power cord from the power source.
  • Then wait for full 2 to 3 minutes, and then restart both of your devices.
  • Then launch the Destiny and check if the error continues.

Fix 3: Check Update For Device And Game

If refreshing the connection doesn’t resolve the issue then check if you have any pending updates for your gaming device or the Destiny. In case there is any pending update available for the device or the Destiny then our advice will be to install the update and then check if the error continues.

Fix 4: Troubleshoot Internet

If your system and Destiny are up to date with the latest version then check if your internet is having some issues.

  • First, you should perform an internet speed test to make sure your connection is providing a strong internet connection.
  • If you are using a wireless connection then try connecting your gaming device over a wired connection.
  • At last, you can consider using a mobile hotspot connection. if any of your network settings are causing the issue then connecting over a mobile hotspot should fix the issue, and to troubleshoot your default connection you should contact your ISP.

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