Developer Bungie first announced Destiny 2 back in May. The studio during that time made some bold statements, suggesting that the sequel will arrive with tons of new and exciting features. Now, the developers shared some details regarding the game's clan system.
In the official site of Bungie, they discussed the changes they made on the clan system, which is expected to be introduced in Destiny 2. First and foremost, current members of Groups from the original game will not have to worry. That is because they can migrate everything relating to the system over to the upcoming game. This will begin on July 25, but should last only for a month.
According to GameSpot, the studio will be giving clan leaders the ability to choose whether or not they turn their group into a clan. By this time, they should be able to pass off the leadership role to another player or, if they want, they can retain their current position. After one-month period ends, the new clan creation system will automatically be deployed to the video game company's official site.
It is worth noting that the clan system in Destiny 2 will have the same structure as the original title. That means capping will still be 100 members. For the accounts in the sequel, they should have the option to become a member of a single clan on each platform. Interestingly, they will be given new abilities and features. For instance, they will able to lead Guided Games.
Shacknews, notes that Guided Games in Destiny 2 is basically a brand new system that works like a matchmaking system. The only catch, however, is that it only works for high-level contents. These are the Raids and Nightfall Strike, among others. For example, a clan with five members can seek another member (sixth) outside their clan just to have a full party take on a Raid.