Destiny 2’s latest expansion, Witch Queen, is here, but as is common with major releases, players are reporting error codes that prevent them from participating. Here’s how to fix Weasel, Cat, Newt, Olive, Honeydew, and other similar error codes, and what it means in Destiny 2: Beyond Light.
How to fix error code Weasel, Cat, Newt, Olive, Honeydew and what it means in Destiny 2: Witch Queen
The release of Destiny 2: Witch Queen was highly anticipated and that means that every time there is a new expansion, there will be a lot of people trying it out at the same time. As you can imagine, that puts the servers under a lot of pressure.
This is exactly what is causing the Weasel, Cat, Newt, Olive, Honeydew codes error. Witch Queen is bringing back a bunch of new players and causing the game to crash or lose connection to the server. If your game crashes and you see the error code, don’t panic: it’s a typical crash from a server overload in Destiny 2.
So how to fix the problem? In short, there is nothing you can do but wait and keep trying. The best place to keep track of what’s going on is the Bungie Support Twitter account, which will post server status updates.
You can try logging in and out and you may be able to log back in. But if you keep getting the Weasel or Cat error, or something similar, you’ll just have to wait.
That does it for how to fix the Weasel, Cat, Newt, Olive, Honeydew, and other similar error code, and what it means in Destiny 2: Beyond Light.
For more information on Destiny 2’s latest expansion, visit our Witch Queen wiki.