Game streaming to Windows 10 stutters - but only for Destiny 2


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Jun 19, 2013
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I'm trying to stream Destiny 2 from my Xbox One to my Windows 10 PC (through the Xbox app). Gigabit Ethernet connection on both devices.

The Xbox UI, apps, and other games all stream without any latency or issues (with streaming quality at Very High).
But as soon as I launch Destiny 2, I get major stuttering and "Network Quality problems". The Director works fine for whatever reason, but the login screen and the actual game are unusable. Video, audio, and input are all stuttering.

All of the troubleshooting info I've seen has to do with wireless connections. Wireless is disabled on both the Xbox and the PC, it's just gigabit Ethernet.
Nothing's running in the background on my PC except the normal Windows background processes (every single process in Task Manager is a built-in Windows process).
PC is a custom-built desktop. Intel Core i7-6700k, Nvidia Geforce GTX 1070, 16GB DDR memory, Asus Z170 Pro Gaming system board with Intel Ethernet, SanDisk 512GB PCIe SSD. Xbox Elite controller connected to PC via Xbox Wireless adapter. Windows 10 version 1703 (creator's update).
Xbox One is on Insider Alpha - OS version 10.0.16281.1000 (rs3_release_xbox_dev_1710.170831-1900).
Tried both Xbox app 31.32.11001.00000 and Xbox Beta app 31.31.31001.00000 (not sure why release app is higher than beta app).

I can't figure out why only this one game has the issue in what is basically ideal conditions - and why one menu in the game is totally unaffected.
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