In Destiny 2, Bungie is introducing a new clan system which will allow players to create fireteams of up to 100 people. In this article we’re going to explain everything you can do as part of a clan in Destiny 2, including things like earning XP boosts and loot perks. However, we will always be improving and adding more features to the Destiny 2 clan system so keep an eye on this article for more updates.
Currently, Bungie has decided to focus their efforts on creating a good core clan system in Destiny 2. This means that there is currently no plans for custom banners or cloaks in the game at this time. All they’re saying right now is that it’s something they’re thinking about and working on, so we’ll just have to wait and see.
However, Bungie has said that they plan to bring the same sense of community and teamwork over from Destiny 1’s clan system into Destiny 2 with some new features added. This is one of the areas where the game will improve upon its predecessor so be ready for an all-round better experience in this regard when Destiny 2 launches later this month.
Destiny 2 Clan Progression in the Game
When it comes to clan progression, players earn experience when they earn XP whether or not they’re in a fireteam with other clanmates. Players will also earn additional Clan XP, however, for completing challenges and participating in activities with other clan members. The reason Bungie have implemented the Clan XP system is to encourage players to work together and play with their clanmates more often.
This is just one of the many features Bungie aims to add to Destiny 2’s clan system, so be ready for some cool new updates coming soon. For now though, you can earn additional Clan XP by completing challenges and running activities with other clanmates. Simply being in a fireteam with your clanmates doesn’t give you any additional Clan XP, however, which is something Bungie are looking to change.
If you’re wondering about how clans will share loot, it’s all pretty simple. All rewards earned by individual players are sent directly to the clan engram for that player to open. This means that every player in the clan gets to benefit from each activity they complete so long as their teammates are in the same fireteam when completing them.
How to start clan destiny 2
If you’re looking to start a clan, or if you want to join another clan in Destiny 2 then all you have to do is follow the steps below.
Start by going to Bungie’s official website and click on “Clan Creation” from the menu options. This will bring up a new page which will ask for your PSN or Xbox Live username as well as some basic information such as your desired clan name and emblem.
After you’re done with the above, just follow the instructions on screen and wait for Bungie to approve your request. They generally respond to new applications within a few days so it’s important that you check this page regularly. If you don’t hear back from them after a few days then it’s likely your application was denied so you’ll need to try again.
Once they approve your application, you can invite other players to join your new clan by opening up the “Clan Home” page and clicking on the “Invitations” tab. This will show all of the players that have applied to join your clan, so all you have to do is select them and click “Invite”.
That’s it for our look at everything you can do as part of a clan in Destiny 2, including things like earning XP boosts and loot perks. However, we will always be improving and adding more features to the Destiny 2 clan system so keep an eye on this article for more updates.