Now that Destiny 2 is a free-to-play game on Steam, PC players can go right ahead and click on that download button. I mean it doesn’t hurt to try out a first-person massive multiplayer online shooter right? Well, it actually might. If error code Marionberry is the first thing you see after starting the game, it will indeed sting, given that the game takes near or above 80 GB of hard disk space.
Destiny 2 actually has a history of bruising players with stings. When the game first came out in 2017, it was filled with micro-transactions. These micro-transactions were met with numerous negative reviews and a very strong backlash from the game’s player base. The backlash was so strong that the developers had to pull-off all micro-transactions for the time being. The PC version of the game was sold on Blizzard Battle.net Store for the first two years until it was finally made a free-to-play game and was released on Steam as Destiny 2 “New Light” version which included the first two expansions – Curse of Osiris and Warmind. The other two expansions, Forsaken and Shadowkeep, can be purchased separately.
The game, however, is still filled with a number of errors which occur frequently and both the players as well as the developers are working hard to fix them. One of those errors are Error Code Marionberry, primarily faced by console players. Error Code Marionberry occurs when your client machine, that is, your console cannot connect to Destiny 2’s servers. This typically happens when there’s something wrong with your network connection.
Here’s some steps that might help resolve Error Code Marionberry –
Power Cycling your Modem or Router
- Log off Destiny 2.
- Turn off your console(PlayStation or Xbox).
- Turn off each off all of your networking hardware, that is, modem, router, etc. Wait for 30 seconds, then turn them on one by one starting with the modem.
- Once you are done power cycling your home network, turn on your console and launch Destiny 2.
Changing network Parental Control settings
Sometimes, certain parental control settings within your network results in error code Marionberry. Open up Parental Control settings on your router and make sure that it allows Player to Player connectivity.
If none of the above steps work for you, then your final option is a Network Troubleshoot. Troubleshoot your network setup as certain settings related to port forwarding and firewall exceptions may help fix error code Marionberry.
Repeated errors during a gaming session can sometimes agitate even the most calm players. But now that you have all the solutions to error code Marionberry, you can play Destiny 2 in peace and take your Guardian along with their Ghost across various inter-planet adventures.
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