Bungie has recently announced the first Destiny 2 expansion, named Warmind.
However, players reported numerous issues after the update.
One issue that troubled a bulk of players was the Buffalo error.
- The Destiny 2 Buffalo error is triggered by corrupted files, corrupted registry, or outdated drivers.
- To fix this issue, you should check the Destiny 2 executable files.
- Another solution is to use a specialized tool to help you fix corrupted files.
Check if your device meets the system requirements
- If your PC does not meet the minimum requirements, the Buffalo error will be visible on your screen. Follow the steps below, to check if you have the required requirements.
- Install the latest graphics drivers
- Update Windows
- Restart the PC
Turn them off and try again
- Press the Xbox button on your controller and go to Settings.
- Select System > Console info > Console power.
- See if your console is on Standby or Sleep mode. If it is, turn it off completely and back on.
- Try launching the game again.
Download the latest drivers
- Many users have reported that the issue can be resolved simply by updating their drivers.
- You can download the latest drivers from the official NVIDIA GeForce website.
- Check if your system has an NVIDIA or AMD graphics card
- Open the Microsoft Store app and head to the Menu.
- Select Downloads and then Update.
- Wait for the downloading process to finish.
Check your internet connection
- Destiny 2 requires a stable internet connection to play the game.
- If the internet connection is unstable, there may be a chance that you can run into issues like Buffalo error.
Clear your cache and data
- Type settings in the search bar and open the Settings app.
- Navigate to Apps > Apps & features > App manager.
- Locate the Destiny 2 game and click on it.
- Click on the Uninstall option.
Reinstall the game
- Go to Steam library -> right click on the game -> Properties -> Uninstall.
- Delete the Cache folder
- Install the game again