Destiny 2: How to Fix MARMOT Error Code (PC, PlayStation & Xbox)

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With Destiny 2 being an always-online game, there’s a good chance that you’re going to run into an error code – like Boar, Arugula, and Guitar – at some point. The Destiny 2 MARMOT Error Code That one is, unfortunately, a little trickier to resolve than some of the others that pop up. In this guide, we’ll show you what’s causing the error, and how you can fix it on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X | S.

What Is The MARMOT Error Code?

This Destiny 2 error code is a result of the game files having been corrupted either during your system, or during the download process.

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To fix this, you’ll need to repair or verify the game files themselves.

Steam on the Fixing Destiny 2 MARMOT Error Code

  1. Close Destiny 2
  2. Right-click on Destiny 2 in Steam’s Library
  3. Select “Properties” then “Local Files”
  4. Select “Verify Integrity of Game Files”
  5. Restart Destiny 2

If the error still occurs, Bungie advises that you uninstall and reinstall Destiny 2.

Fixing MARMOT on Microsoft Store

  1. Close Destiny 2
  2. Open “Apps & Features” in Windows Settings
  3. Select Destiny 2
  4. Select “Advanced Options” and run “Repair”
  5. Restart Destiny 2

Fixing the Error on PS4 & PS5

  1. Turn your console on the power down button and turn it off.
  2. Once the console is off, press and hold the power button for seven seconds until it beeps twice. Release the power button.
  3. Connect your USB to a USB cable with your controller.
  4. When the console is in ‘Safe Mode,’ select ‘Rebuild Database.’
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Fixing Destiny 2 MARMOT Error on Xbox One & Xbox Series X | S

  1. Go to the Xbox home screen.
  2. Press the Xbox button on the Controller and open Settings.
  3. Go to ‘Devices & Connections’ and select the Blu-Ray option.
  4. Then select Persistent Storage.
  5. Hit the Clear Persistent Storage option.
  6. Restart Destiny 2

If the above steps don’t work on any platform, it’s advised that you uninstall and reinstall the game.

For more on Destiny 2, be sure to check out Twinfinite or check out more of our handy game guides below.

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