It is typical for a live-service game to run into some issues. 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 Honeydew, and here is how you can fix it.
Bungie's help page states that the Honeydew error appears when public access to an activity has been manually overridden by Bungie. This code can appear when Destiny 2’s servers go offline and players are mid-activity, or when they go try to start a new one. This code can also appear when Bungie pulls access to a specific activity or destination, typically because of issues with the servers or with the activity itself.
How to fix error code Honeydew in Destiny 2
Unfortunately, there is no way for the user to fix this error themselves. This error is on Bungie's end and is not the result of a faulty game, bad hardware, or no internet connection. Players will just have to wait until Bungie can come out with a fix for the issue. Luckily, Bungie is pretty good about communicating to fans when any errors are found, and you can keep track of things on the Bungie Help Twitter Page for any annoucments regarding the issue.
While it is unfortunate that there is nothing the player can do to fix the Honeydew error, players can find solace in the fact that the issue is not on their end.