It seems that the fault with Destiny 2 and the Ryzen 3000 series processors may be in error. The game ran fine with the X470 motherboard but it crashed hard with the X570. This suggests that the game may have some compiler fault that does not work properly with the new hardware.
Destiny 2 is a very large game represented as staggering amount of work. The game does not seem to be using Denuvo as Steam discloses its use.
The game originally was on battle.net before moving to Steam on October 1, 2019.
I have seen many crash reports but without hardware details its hard to be certain as to the cause.
Before playing the game the integrity was checked and Steam reported no faults. Earlier F.E.A.R. 2 was damaged and Steam had to repair it. Checking games will take time and several titles have failed in addition to Destiny 2 but Flotsam has known issues prior to the motherboard upgrade.
|Chassis||Cooler Master HAF 932|
|Motherboard||MSI X570-A PRO|
|CPU||AMD Ryzen R5 2400G|
|Memory||G.Skill NT 24GB DDR4-2400|
|Storage||Intel 660p 512GB M.2 SSD|
|Graphics Hardware||Sapphire Nitro+ RX 480 8GB|
|Operating System||Microsoft Windows 10 Professional x64|
|Network||DOCIS 3 cable internet|
The machine’s motherboard was upgraded from the MSI X470 Gaming to the MSI X570-A PRO after the AGESA 126.96.36.199 was distributed by MSI to allow the R5 2400G to be installed.