Destiny 2 Does Not Work with the New Ryzen 3000 CPUs, Bungie Investigates the Problem

Destiny 2: Forsaken and the Annual Pass Are on Offer on PC, PS4 and Xbox One

From the pages of the official Bungie forum and those of Reddit, Destiny 2 fans who have decided to equip their gaming PC with a flaming Ryzen 3000 processor report that they are no longer able to access their favorite shooter due to a no better-specified incompatibility problem.

The players’ reports explain that once the Ryzen 3000 CPU is installed and the necessary steps have been taken in updating the drivers and BIOS, loading the title returns an error message or, in some cases, enters an infinite loop that requires the user to forcibly close the application through the Task Manager.

Despite the small number of players who have encountered this problem (the new AMD processor has been on the market for a few hours), the main Destiny 2 forums are receiving many reports that confirm users’ fears that they will not be able to access the title. once the CPU is installed.

As often happens in these cases, the errors connected to the launch of a new PC component could easily be solved by the developers of the video games concerned through a corrective patch: also for this reason, the members of the Destiny 2 community that have run into this problem prefer, for the moment, keep a conciliatory tone and apply directly to the Bungie guys so that they can activate themselves to publish as soon as possible an update that brings the situation back to normal.

In the meantime, we leave you with the new images and the gameplay video of the Shadowkeep Moon, the new expansion that will sanction the start of Destiny 2 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One on September 17th before the servers of Google Stadia, scheduled here in Italy for the month of November.