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Destiny 2 is Getting In-Game Clans

Clans will have their own rewards system as well.

At last, Destiny 2 will have in-game clans, not tethered to a browser. Or, in-game groups that players can join and form with their own mottos and flags, so potential players can get a feeling of the clan before joining. Clans will help players never go without someone else to play with, and in fact, even has its own rewards system.

With Clans, players will be able to group together with other players whenever, earning bonuses just from being a part of a clan, no matter how often they play. For solo players, they can sorta test-drive various clans through a new feature called Guided Games, where players can browse a select number of miscellaneous clans looking for a member to help alongside a Raid or Nightfall.

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