Bungie actively working on fixing any issues they spot.
Bungie have been working on spotting and fixing any issues or bugs they come across in their recently released Destiny 2, and that is exactly what they’ve done here too. Two bugs have been spotted in the game, one of which has been fixed, and and the other has been acknowledged by the developer.
On a forum post on Bungie’s official website, the developers confirmed that they have spotted an issue where Raid keys get erroneously removed from character inventories. Due to this bug, when you create a new character after an alternate one has earned a Raid key, that key gets removed from the latter’s inventory. While the keys are indeed supposed to get removed at the end of every week, this particular thing is not intended to happen. Bungie claim they’ve spotted this issue and are working on fixing it.
Meanwhile, Bungie also took to Twitter to talk about another issue they have spotted and fixed. Issues that saw players receiving “ANTEATER” errors have been spotted and fixed.
In our review of Destiny 2, we gave it a score of 7/10, calling it out for its several flaws but still praising it for its engaging, addictive loop of gameplay, among other things. You can read the full, highly detailed review here.
Issues causing some players in Destiny 2 to receive ANTEATER errors have been resolved.
— Bungie Help (@BungieHelp) September 17, 2017