Destiny 2 is an online first-shooter multiplayer game and being an online game it requires active connections to the servers. But recently many players are facing the Destiny 2 Unable to Connect to PlayStation Network error.
When any player launches the Destiny 2 game, a pop-up appears on the screen saying “Unable to Connect to PlayStation Network“. However, this may happen because there is currently a service alert for PSN, reporting multiple issues on their networks, including not being able to connect to the Playstation Network.
If you want to fix the Destiny 2 Unable to Connect to PlayStation Network error on your PS4 and PS5, then follow the below steps:
How to Fix Destiny 2 Unable to Connect to PlayStation Network?
1. Restart your PS4 and PS5.
If you are getting this error frequently on your PS5, then make sure to restart your PS4. First of all, completely close the Destiny 2 game. Press and hold the PS button on your controller, then select Power. Now choose the Restart PS4 option and your PS4 will reboot shortly.
For PS5: Click the “Power button” and there you can see the “Restart PS5” option. Tap the Restart button and your PS5 will be restarted shortly.
2. Check your Internet connection.
As this is a server connection issue, check that your Internet connection is live and working properly. If there is a malfunction in your Internet connection, then the game wouldn’t be able to connect with the servers, and an Unable to Connect to PlayStation Network error will appear on your screen.
If you have any doubts regarding your connection, then you can reset your Internet connection. Perform a power cycle on your WI-Fi router or modem. First, turn off your router and unplug the power cable. Wait for approx 60 seconds, then plug back the cable and turn the power button of the router.
Tip: If it didn’t solve your problem, then use a wired (ethernet) connection or if you are using it already, then switch to WiFi.
3. Update the System Software of PS4/PS5.
It is also recommended that you should update the system software of PS4 or PS5. An outdated version of PlayStation can encounter Destiny 2 Unable to Connect to PlayStation Network issue.
How to update the system software on PS5?
- Go to Settings > System > System Software > System Software Update and Settings > Update System Software.
- Tap Update Using Internet.
Visit PlayStation Page to Update your PS4.
4. Restore your License.
- First of all, Launch your PS4 or PS5.
- Go to Settings> User & Accounts> Other> Restore Licenses.
It has helped many users to fix the Destiny 2 login issues and you can also try to fix all the errors on your PlayStation.
5. Check PSN Status.
There is currently a service alert for PSN, reporting multiple issues on their networks, including not being able to connect to the Playstation Network. For more information, please check the PSN Service Status page.
6. Contact PlayStation customer support.
If nothing worked for you then maybe there is probably temporary line congestion. You can wait for some time or you can contact the customer support of PlayStation either they have any solution for that or they may replace your PS4 or PS5. Visit the PlayStation Contact support from here.
So these are some possible ways to fix Destiny 2 Unable to Connect to PlayStation Network. If you have any queries regarding Sony PlayStation, then feel free to ask us via below comment section.