Sometimes, things just do not work the way they are supposed to. Destiny 2 is no stranger to this, and fans have become familiar with the various error codes that the game sometimes gives them. One of these codes you might receive is called Coconut, and here is what it means and how to fix it.
What does the Coconut error code mean in Destiny 2?
Bungie's Help page states that the Coconut error appears as a result of ISP issues, packet loss, complications with various network hardware, Wi-Fi glitches, and other impacting variables to general connection stability. This error is a general networking error code similar to the Calabrese code. However, unlike Calabrese, this is not an error on Bungie's end, meaning that the fix lies with you.
How to fix error code Coconut in Destiny 2
The only way you can attempt to fix this error is to ensure that you have a stable internet connection. Try running an internet speed test to make sure your platform is receiving the internet connection it should be. If you are using Wi-Fi, try connecting to the internet via a LAN cable. You can also try checking the connection at your router or resetting it to see if that fixes the issue. If all else fails we recommend contacting your internet service provider directly, as they should be able to isolate the problem with your connection.