The Bungie weekly update sheds some light on Destiny 2 Clans. The new information will provide answers to the questions like can we transfer our current clans to the Destiny 2, can it have more than 100 members, how to join a clan, and more.
The weekly Bungie update has some new, much-needed information on Destiny 2 Clans. The first question answered is about the transferring of clans to the new game. It will be possible, but with a bit of work from the Clan leaders. As of July 25, 2017, they should visit their base of operations on Bungie.net. From there, they can decide whether they want to convert their group to a Destiny 2 Clan or not. Clan Founders can also transfer their title and permissions to another member. This will go on for about a month, after which the new Clan Creation feature will go live on Bungie.net to support Destiny 2.
Affiliation with a certain group is not the only thing that transfers to Destiny 2. Every player can carry over their previous accomplishments to the new game. The seven Memorialization Emblems are awarded for the deeds done in the past. You can still earn three of them by the end of August 1, 2017.
Finding new clan members will now be easier than ever. New Clan invitations can be sent through in-game features; the same ones that also let you manage your Roster. There is no more need for signing in through Bungie.net just to join a clan.
The Clans will have the same cap on the number of the members, though. The number of members is limited to 100. Each Destiny 2 account can join only one Clan on each platform. They will also retain their basic structure. Clan members can benefit from the success of their band of brothers, earning rewards based on their performance.
Clans in Destiny 2 will have a greater value for the players. They are the game guides of a new community, as they can lead solo players to the endgame content by helping them through the matchmaking.
Destiny 2 will launch on September 6th for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. PC users will have to wait a bit longer, as the game will reach their platform on October 24th.
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