Destiny 2 is one of the most popular first-person shooter games. As this is an online game, it requires the user to be connected to the Bungie server at all times. Naturally, error in connection can occur which leads to one of the humorous Destiny 2 errors which are usually the name of an animal, vegetable, or other objects. However, the Destiny 2 error code Broccoli is not an error caused due to a disconnect between the Bungie server and the host.
Fix Destiny 2 Error Code Broccoli
The main reason behind this error is your GPU. As we have specifically identified the cause of the Broccoli error, its resolution is relatively easier. This error arises when the graphics card driver crash. The best solution and the first line of action you should take is to update the operating system and graphics drivers to the latest version. Here is how you can do that –
Update the Operating System
Updating the Windows operating system is simple. Follow the below steps to update the Windows OS to remove the error code Broccoli Destiny 2.
- Go to Windows Settings by pressing Windows Key + I
- Select Update & Security
- Click on Check for Updates
- Windows will automatically check for updates, download, and install.
- Navigate below to find Download and install now under Optional updates available, click on Download and install now
- Allow the installation process to complete
Once done, update your graphics drivers.
Update Graphics Driver
A corrupted or faulty driver can also be the cause of this error, so update the drivers to resolve the problem. Doing this is simple enough, follow the steps:
- Right-click on My Computer or This PC and select Properties > Click on Device Manager (you can also follow this path Control Panel > System and Security > System > Click on Device Manager)
- Go to Display Adapter > select the Graphics card and right-click
- Click on Update driver and follow the on-screen instructions to update the drivers.
Once done, restart the computer and Destiny 2 broccoli error should have disappeared by now.
Don’t Overclock your components
Many of you will overclock your CPU or GPU in order to get the maximum performance possible but the downside to this is that the high clock speed of your components may introduce stability issues in your applications and might also crash your system.
If your game starts crashing after you’ve overclocked your components, then try reverting it back to the default clock speeds. After that, fire up Destiny 2 and see if the issues have been fixed.
Enable the Vsync option in Game Settings
VSync is a technology designed to reduce syncing issues in applications by matching the GPU’s frame rate with the monitor’s refresh rate. According to some players online, enabling VSync on their system has helped them resolve the broccoli error crash in Destiny 2. You can try it yourself to see if it works in for you.
The steps are pretty easy to follow:
- Launch Steam on your PC and run Destiny 2.
- Open the settings.
- On the left side of the window, click the Video tab, then select “ON” for the Frame rate option and set the frame rate cap value to 72.
- Click Apply to save the settings.
- Play Destiny 2 to see if everything is working properly or not.
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