Destiny 2 players unable to access or use Evidence Board, issue acknowledged but no ETA for fix

Destiny 2 is quite a popular name in the multiplayer first-person shooter genre.

Even though the game receives updates and new features every now and then, that doesn’t make it immune from various bugs and issues.

For instance, we recently covered a story where some players were unable to complete the weapon crafting Quests and Triumphs in the game.

However, this time, some users are facing difficulties while trying to access or use the Evidence Board.

Destiny 2 players unable to access or use Evidence Board

According to reports (1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9), multiple players are facing an issue where they are unable to interact with the evidence board in Destiny 2.

This makes it difficult to access or play some quests that are only available on it. It’s also worth noting that these quests can only be accessed after one has completed the Witch Queen campaign.

Some say that even though they have progressed through it and fulfilled other necessary prerequisites, they are still unable to access any of the evidence board quests.

This makes them stuck in the game, as they cannot unlock or play more missions or campaigns.

Destiny 2 - issue 1

I have one pattern for my warlock that has never dropped from the Wellspring, so I was excited I could just go claim it. But I can’t interact with the evidence board.

Any timeline for the evidence board fix yet? Excited to get the other glaive blueprints finally

As per the reports, the issue has been affecting players for the past few days. Some also claim the issue persists even after a few recent updates.

Official acknowledgment

Fortunately, Bungie has officially acknowledged the issue and is currently investigating it. Although, no official ETA for the fix has been provided.

Destiny 2 - official ack

We do hope that Bungie resolves the glitch soon.

That said we will keep tabs on the problem and update the article as and when something noteworthy comes up.

Note: We have more such stories in our dedicated Gaming section so be sure to follow them as well.

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