Destiny 2 is an extremely fun game that allows players to play either with their friends or, if they choose to do so, alone. However, most would agree that playing with friends makes the game that much more fun.
Of course, it becomes even more fun when you’re in a clan with all your friends so organizing missions and communicating with each other becomes that much more fun, but how do we make a clan?
Well, we’re here to tell you exactly that so you don’t have to worry about losing contact with your Destiny 2 buddies any time soon.
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Why Make A Clan In Destiny 2?
Now, before explaining how to make a clan, how about going through some of the advantages first? No, we won’t talk about how being in a clan is much more fun than not being in a clan, though that certainly does help.
In regards to the game itself, being in a clan allows the clan members to earn clan engrams for simply completing activities that they otherwise already would have done, such as completing specific quests.
Once per week, the clan members can get rewards for completing one of the many extremely difficult challenges present in the game (Nightfall Strike, Trials of the Nine, Leviathan Raid, and participating in the Crucible).
One catch is that at least half of the fire team that completes one of the four mentioned challenges must be part of the same clan to allow the players to get clan related rewards.
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How to Make a Clan in Destiny 2
Now that you know some of the advantages of making a clan, let us go through how to do it in the first place:
- The first thing you want to do is head over to the Bungie Clan website. Yes, you’ll be creating a clan on the website instead of in the game.
- Sign in to your Destiny 2 account by entering your log in credentials.
- After logging in, you should be able to see the option to create a clan. Click it.
- Now, you’ll be asked for four things related to your clan. The first will be the clan’s name, the second will be the clan’s nickname, the third will be its motto, and finally, the last thing you’ll need to enter will be a short description of your clan.
- Finally, you’ll have to choose your clan’s language so that players know what language to expect, and then decide how the security measures regarding joining the clan should be.
When all this is done, all you have to do is click the ‘create clan’ button, and your new clan will be created.
Alternatively, if you have the clan app installed on your mobile device, then you can skip having to go to the official website and log in, and just find the option to create the clan in the app. Of course, you’ll still have to enter the same information as mentioned above to do so.
This was how to create a clan in Destiny 2. Now that you have your own clan made, you have your work cut out for you. You’ll have to create a banner and invite clan members to fill your group up. With enough dedication, however, we’re certain you’ll succeed.