Early Ryzen 3000 adopters can’t play Destiny 2

Alonzo Simpson
July 14, 2019

It is reported that users of the ligaments X570 + Ryzen 3000 can't run the multiplayer shooter Destiny 2 on their PC. It's not clear what is causing the hiccup, though the good news is that Bungie is aware of the problem and is looking into it.

AMD, an American multinational semiconductor corporation based in Santa Clara, has made it to the headlines with the global release of its flagship PC gaming platform built upon AMD Ryzen™ 3000 Series Processors with Radeon™ Graphics (APUs), AMD Radeon™ RX 5700 series graphics cards, and Third Generation AMD Ryzen™ PC Processors.

"Upon taking out my new processor and board (Ryzen 5 3600X and Gigabyte Aorus Elite) and putting back my old system (3770K and Z77 Sabertooth) on the same Windows install, Destiny 2 launches without issues".

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"No amount of fiddling will resolve this", one user said.

This is due to the sheer number of cores fitted within the AMD Ryzen Zen 2 line up and its nm architecture, especially for the Threadrippers and the Ryzen 9 3900X. Programmers Bungie study the issue, but so far they have no solution for this error, reports the online edition of the Chronicle.info with reference to overclockers.ua. "We have escalated this issue for investigation", a Bungie rep replied. The reports of a compatibility issue are also starting to pile up on Twitter. Checking Windows' Task Manager application would reveal that the game would use around 10% of the CPU power and simply hang in place. The computer thinks the game has started, but it never actually loads up. Bungie has acknowledged the reports and is now working on a solution.

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