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Destiny 2: How to play in Solo Mode in Windows 10

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2019-12-30 10:35:42


We bring for you a Destiny 2 guide where we will explain everything about How to play in Solo Mode on Windows 10

We always hope to have the possibility of playing in solo mode in Windows 10, because it is important to load zones in solo mode, but I have to take into account that for some specific areas it is not useful, since Gambit and Crucible, are spaces where this mode can not be executed in Destiny 2, it is good to be clear, what can be presented in other modes may never be loaded, and this is easy to detect, because we will be stuck in the step of pairing the game.  

How does the Windows 10 Solo mode work in Destiny 2?


The first thing we should know before proceeding to have knowledge about How to play in Windows 10 Solo Mode, is that we must use the script to configure Windows Firewall, this with the aim of blocking some ports that are used with the configuration of communication, because blocking the entries about incoming communications directly to our computer, and outgoing from the same using the UDP and TCP protocols, It is important to know that this script is enabled by Windows10 as standard, so that no third party code is kept in use, these scripts can generate mirrors on the home router in order to block the ports, this is a method that we can use, when we feel a little uncomfortable when the script is running.  

These are the relevant details that we need to take into account in order to know how to play in Solitaire Mode in Windows 10, as Destiny 2 is required to play.

Ø Be clear that the Windows Firewall is enabled, in case you don't know, look for information here. https:/support.microsoft.com-ushelp4028544windows-10-turn-windows-defender-firewall-on-or-off

Verify that Windows is set to display file extensions: https:/support.microsoft.com-ushelp4479981windows-10-common-file-name-extensions



How to create and run the script in Windows 10?


To know how to play in Windows 10 solo mode, it's important to create and run the script, for that you need to create a text document, in the desktop of the computer, whose title is destiny-solo.ps1, it's important to have clear that to this document is necessary to remove the txt file extension.

Then, we'll paste the script in the code box in the file, so that we have use of Alt-tab again in Destiny 2, or else we'll open the game, as long as we're not running.

It is relevant to be in orbit, not in activity, so it requires the use of Alt-tab, and proceed to right-click on the script, so you can select to run with Powershell, do this, the script may ask us to verify the permissions, so it is necessary to run as an administrator, well there we will press and this is in order to accept, obviously, the script will be executed in a blue window where 4 sets of ports are shown, which are blocked for now, and in this way we can enjoy Destiny 2 in solitary, well there is where we will play making visits to towers, strikes in solitary, among other activities. 

if (! ((Security.Principal.WindowsPrincipal) (Security.Principal.WindowsIdentity) :: GetCurrent ()). IsInRole ((Security.Principal.WindowsBuiltInRole) "Administrator") {StartProcess powershell.exe "-NoProfile - ExecutionPolicy Bypass -File `" $ PSCommandPath` "" -Verb RunAs; exit}

New-NetFirewallRule -DisplayName "Destiny2-Solo-1" -Direction Outbound -LocalPort 1935,3097,3478-3480 -Protocol TCP -Action Block

New-NetFirewallRule -DisplayName "Destiny2-Solo-2" -Direction Outbound -LocalPort 1935,3097,3478-3480 -Protocol UDP -Action Block

New-NetFirewallRule -DisplayName "Destiny2-Solo-3" -Direction Inbound -LocalPort 1935,3097,3478-3480 -Protocol TCP -Action Block

New-NetFirewallRule -DisplayName "Destiny2-Solo-4" -Direction Inbound -LocalPort 1935,3097,3478-3480 -Protocol UDP -Action Block





Write-Host Destiny 2


Mode only activated. Press Enter to deactivate the "read-only" mode and proceed to Read-Host

Remove-NetFirewallRule -DisplayName "Destiny2-Solo-1"

Remove-NetFirewallRule -DisplayName "Destiny2-Solo-2"

Remove-NetFirewallRule -DisplayName "Destiny2-Solo-3"

Remove-NetFirewallRule -DisplayName "Destiny2-Solo-4"

Solution to the problems we have when running mode only in Destiny 2.


To know how to play in Windows 10 solo mode it is important to know that you cannot log in Destiny 2, to start the script you need to be in orbit, as long as the script is running, on the other hand, when you do not find the option to Run with Powershell you need to right click on the script, so you can verify that you have enabled the file view so we can go to: https:/support.microsoft.com-ushelp4479981 windows-10-common-file-name-extensions in Windows, and the file extension in the script is .ps1

A very important detail is to know that the mode only Destiny 2 remains active until the script is closed, because the destiny-solo.ps1, the script will be open, until you press the entry of the key, so it is important to press Enter several times.

So we have reached the end of our guide on How to play in Solo Mode on Windows 10, as it is one of the advantages we have in Destiny 2.




Platform(s):
Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Stadia
Genre(s):
First-person shooter
Developer(s):
Bungie, Vicarious Visions (Microsoft Windows), High Moon Studios (Dlcs)
Publisher(s):
Activision (2017–2019) , Bungie (2019–present)
Engine:
Tiger Engine
Release date:
September 6, 2017
Mode:
Multiplayer




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