Destiny 2 is one of the most anticipated games to launch this year and fans are excited about it. Previously Bungie announced that players will be able to transfer their Destiny clans to Destiny 2 and now the clan transfer for the game is now live.
In a post on their website, Bungie revealed that group founders are now able to transfer their Destiny clans to Destiny 2. This transition will provide some advantages including the in-game options and features for managing Clans in Destiny 2.
The sequel will also feature clan progression system and every member of the clan will receive rewards for the actions of other clan members. Clans will also have access to Guided Games, which is basically a match-making system for high-level activities.
However, there are some disadvantages like the Clans will be restricted to just 100 members but, the groups can have much more. The groups can form alliances but, these won’t carry over if a group merges with a clan.
Destiny 2 beta just ended a couple of days ago, which gave players access to a story mission, PvP, and Strike. However, according to Bungie, the beta was just an appetizer.
According to Luke Smith, Destiny 2 beta was only the taste of a very small piece of the pie. He explained that the final game is massive in scale and offered much more. Destiny 2 has the ability to bring back players every week, says Smith.
We’re always excited to see reactions to anything we create. Our fans respond with excitement and areas we can improve and we’re happy to hear it. The beta is an extremely small slice, intentionally so. We’re actually keeping a whole bunch of the game secret. We’re not really showing any of our awesome worlds.
Destiny 2 is a first-person action shooter in development at Bungie and is scheduled to launch this fall for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.