Bungie launched the Xbox One beta Wednesday for its upcoming action role-playing shooter “Destiny,” and the massive amount of players attempting to access the beta caused some user problems.
The Bellevue, Washington, developer responded quickly to complaints, posting a helpful tweet.
If encountering Party Stabilization errors on Xbox One: try turning off your console, fully unplugging, then plugging in and trying again.
â€” Bungie Help (@BungieHelp) July 23, 2014
During a test last week on the PS3 and the PS4, the high number of people trying to access the beta caused the PlayStation Network store to crash.
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Those who preordered the multiplayer action game gained access to its coveted beta codes, but many players found themselves unable to reach the title because of the large amount of people trying to log in to the system. The error read: “The service is currently undergoing maintenance -- E-820001F7.”
The “Destiny” alpha ran from June 12-16, and Bungie said more than 6 million games were played during the test.
“Putting our Alpha out there lit a new kind of fire here at Bungie,” the company said on its blog June 20. "It feels like we’ve been reborn. Putting alpha code out in the wild is always a risk; that build is ancient by our standards, riddled with content and bugs we’d never allow through to ship.
“In many cases, the really rough and jagged edges had been hammered smooth long ago, making it all the more difficult to see them discovered, but in just as many others, there’s still work to do, and the only way to get it done is to let you touch down in our world to tear the place wide open.”
“Destiny” takes place 700 years in the future in a post-apocalyptic setting after a lucrative and successful period of exploration and peace called the Golden Age. The game is set in a universe where humans have colonized a number of livable planets in the solar system. But a disastrous event known as “the Collapse” saw the mysterious destruction of these colonies, leaving mankind nearly extinct. When humans attempt to repopulate and recover after the Collapse, aggressive and dangerous alien races are discovered in various towns and cities. Players will have the task of investigating and destroying the aliens before the human race is wiped out.
“Destiny” will be available Sept. 9 for the PS3, PS4, Xbox One and Xbox 360.
Are you playing “Destiny’s” beta on the Xbox One? Have you encountered any errors? Leave a comment below.