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Destiny 2 Clan Features "Unavailable" For Next Few Days

Destiny 2 Clan Features

The highly anticipated Destiny 2 finally launched today in some parts of the world and is quickly rolling out in waves for others.

Bungie has announced via Twitter that the Clan features in Destiny 2 will be unavailable to players for several more days.

This, of course, effects the game's reliance on co-op - something undoubtedly important in any new online first-person shooter. Nightfalls, raids and quests are also reliant on clan support, meaning players won't be able to earn as many special rewards separated as opposed to together.

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Destiny was a solid single-player game, but it really shined when a group of friends teamed up to take on the game's various missions, strikes and raids. Guided Games is a new feature that links solo players with a Clan to tackle hard missions, and is Destiny 2's answer to traditional matchmaking.

If you're wondering what this has to do with shooting aliens with fancy firearms, as Destiny 2 mostly revolves around, it helps to know a little bit about what are known as in-game emotes.

Although the whole Clan system was overhauled just prior to the launch of Destiny 2, the actual in-game feature will not be live for some time. In some cases, the glitches are blocking their progress entirely.



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