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Destiny 2 Matchmaking Issues On Xbox One Causing Mongoose Error

Destiny 2 is out on consoles and while there have been some crashing issues on the PS4 Pro, things are not perfect on the Xbox One either. Destiny 2 matchmaking issues on the Xbox One cause the Mongoose error. This is preventing some player from accessing the Crucible and some other parts of the game as well.

Bungie has confirmed that the issue is there and that the long matchmaking times might cause the Mongoose error. The good thing about all this is that the developers know that the issue is there and they can work on releasing a patch that fixes the issue. Bungie addressed the issue and we might get a patch soon.

There are plenty of changes in the game as compared to the original one and while most of them have been appreciated, there are still some issues that need to be resolved. According to Bungie:

We’re changing the way Matchmaking evaluates new players in the system with no previous Matchmaking history. That evaluation period will be shorter for faster and simpler matchmaking. Beyond the new user experience, Matchmaking settings will be unchanged.

Bungie also talked about the game’s shader problem and from what Luke Smith had to say about the issue it seems that they are not going to make any further changes. This means that the grind is real, or you could spend some money and get the shaders that you want. Spending real money for in-game items has always been a big no no.

According to Luke Smith:

Shaders are earned through gameplay: leveling, chests, engrams, vendors. We expect you’ll be flush w/ Shaders as you continue to play. When you reach level 20, Shaders will drop more often: vendor rewards, destination play and endgame activities. Shaders are now an ongoing reward for playing. Customization will inspire gameplay. Each planet has unique armor and Shader rewards.

Destiny 2 is a great game and there is a lot to check out and discover. There are a couple of details that you might want to know about the game. These include how long the game is, the achievements that you can unlock in the game and how you can complete challenges. Also, check out our review of the game if you are interested in buying it.

Let us know what you think about Destiny 2 and whether or not you have bought the game.