Bungie is hard at work on Destiny 2 and is aiming to change some things in the sequel while retaining the core of the franchise. As the sequel will also land on PC along with consoles and there will definitely be new players that will be introduced to Destiny on both PC and consoles and Bungie has something for them in place.
Speaking with GameRant, game director Luke Smith explained that the game will have a tool called Milestone in the game that will help new players with the press of a single button. It is basically an in-game guide to point players in the right direction.
If you see an activity on a destination, that’s because you haven’t done it yet,” Mark Noseworthy, project lead, noted when it came to the new feature. “You can do it. Great. It’s like Whack-A-Mole. Just get it done. And that will be in your Milestone tray. These are the things you can pull up at any point, and it’ll tell you, ‘Hey, the next most important things to do are this. You don’t need to do them, but if you do them, this is the tier of reward that you’re going to get.
Also, Bungie has revealed that players will be able to transfer their clans from Destiny to Destiny 2. Also, the class will support new features but, all of this will come at a cost.
Clans in the upcoming sequel will be “guides of a new community” that will lead solo players to embrace the endgame content.
Players will be able to manage their roster “and send invitations to new members right where” they play. Also, every Guardian who is part of a Clan will receive rewards based on its teammates’ success.
Destiny is a first-person action shooter in development at Bungie and is scheduled to launch this fall for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.