Two years from now, the launch of Destiny 2 has been a great joy for many online gamers. But lately, many users are regularly reporting about the Destiny 2 Broccoli Crash issue. The said error crashes every 10-15 minutes with an error message; “Graphics runtime detected a crash or lost a device. For more information, visit help. bungie.net and search for error code: broccoli”. If you encountered the same error, you have lots to do with your system.

As per our research, we have found several reasons for the said error, including screen size glitches, outdated Windows updates, corrupted GPU drivers, and many more. In this article, we compiled some sure solutions to get rid of the Destiny 2 Broccoli Crash issue. If you are also suffering from the same error, then make sure you read this article to the end. Then, let’s move on to solutions. 

Fixes for Destiny 2 Broccoli Crash issue:

Fix 1: Check your System Meets Destiny 2 Officially Suggested Specifications:

Before moving to any sure solution, you should verify your system meets the minimum requirement for the game and ensure your system is powerful enough to load the game. We are giving the specifications here. So you can go through it keenly.

 MINIMUM SPECIFICATIONS:

Operating System: Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10 64-bit

CPU: Intel Core i3 3250 3.5 GHz  or AMD FX-4350 4.2 GHz or Intel Pentium G4560 3.5 GHz

Graphics Processing Unit:  NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 2GB or GTX 1050 2GB or AMD Radeon HD 7850 2GB

RAM: 6 GB 

Hard Disk Drive: 104GB free space

RECOMMENDED SPECIFICATIONS:

  Operating System: Windows 7 OS, Windows 8 OS, or Windows 10 OS with 64-bit

 CPU: Intel Core i5 2400 3.4 GHz or i5 7400 3.5 GHz or AMD Ryzen R5 1600X 3.6 GHz, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 4GB or GTX 1060 6GB or AMD R9 390 8GB

 RAM: 8 GB 

 Hard Disk Drive: 104GB free space

If you need to check the specification on your system, follow the steps given below,

  • Firstly, press Windows + R simultaneously to launch the RUN dialog box, then type dxdiag in the text box and then press OK.  DirectX Diagnostic Tool
  • In the DirectX Diagnosis Tool window, select the System tab from the top horizontal menu, there you can see the Operating System and Memory information of your system.DirectX Diagnostic Tool
  • Now select the Display tab; your Graphics card information available here. 
  • Now you confirmed that your system is eligible to run the game or not. If your system is suitable, then move to the next solution to get rid of the error. 

Fix 2: Update Device Drivers: 

As we know, drivers are crucial for the smooth functioning of your hardware devices. If something wrong happened to those drivers, they might behave badly, and you will encounter errors such as the Broccoli Crash issue and many more. In this scenario, the best solution is to update your Device drivers, especially Graphics drivers. For doing so, follow the steps given below,

  • Firstly, right-click over the Windows Start button, then select Device Manager from the context menu list. 
  • Then inside the Device Manager window, expand the option, Display adapter, and select the driver you need to update. C:\Users\91989\Pictures\screenshots\2021-06-09 11_46_25-Greenshot.jpg
  • Right-click over the desired driver, and from the drop-down menu, select the Update Driver option.
  • Once you are done, the said issue gets resolved for you now. 

Fix 3: Switch Game Mode in Windows 10:

Game Mode is a new feature in Windows 10 designed to improve the performance of any game and some other purposes. Some suffered users finally managed to get rid of the Destiny 2 Broccoli Crash issue by switching to Game Mode. Here also we recommend the same. To do so, follow the below given steps,

  • Firstly, press Windows + I altogether to launch Settings apps.Settings
  • Then in the Settings app, select the Gaming category.Settings
  • From the left-pane menu, select Game Mode, and from the right-pane, switch ON the toggle for the Game Mode option. 
  • Once done, relaunch the Destiny 2 game and check whether the Broccoli Crash issue gets resolved or not. 

Fix 4: Update Windows:

As per some affected users, Updating their Windows 10 helped them resolving the Destiny 2 Broccoli Crash issue in no time. Hence you can also try the same here. To do so, follow the below given steps, 

  • Firstly, in the desktop search bar, type settings and open the Settings app. Then inside the Settings menu, select the Update and Security section. check for updates
  • Now select Window update from the left menu and click on Check for updates tab from the right pane menu. 
  • Once your Windows updated, the said issue will be resolve for you. 

Fix 5: Enable VSync option in Game Settings:

Some suffered users reported that enabling the VSync option would help to resolve the Destiny 2 Broccoli Crash issue easily. VSync is a graphic technology feature developed to allow users to reduce syncing issues. It works to matches the graphics processor’s frame rate with the monitor’s refresh rate.

To enable the VSync option in your system, follow the below steps,

  • Firstly, open Steam and run Destiny 2 on your system.
  • Then click Open settings and, from the left side, click on the Video option.
  • Then, set the Frame rate item as ON, set the Frame rate cap value to 72, and then click on Apply to save the changes.
  • Finally, relaunch the game, play the game, and check whether the issue is resolved. 

So, this must be the end of the Destiny 2 Broccoli Crash issue on Windows 10. If any of the above solutions failed to resolve the issue for you, then stop overclocking the CPU or GPU. This fix might help in your case. If you have any queries or doubts after reading this article, please leave a comment in the below-given comment box.