Now that it has been confirmed that Destiny 2 already has over two million players jumping into the action to fight the villainous Dominus Ghaul’s Red Legion, it’s a safe bet to make that plenty of Guardians the world over are ready to band together in the science fiction first-person shooter in personalized teams to take on the threat together. Thankfully, Bungie has now officially declared that Clan Progression has officially gone live following a wait of a few days after the game’s launch for the functionality to become available.

With Clan Progression now active in Destiny 2, Guardians will be able to join up in groups to begin gaining experience and working toward unlocking rewards within the sequel. Those who are already logged into the game might need to sign out and then sign back in for the functionality to show up, however, and before clans can begin earning XP, they will need at least two members and a clan banner in their inventory, the latter of which can be obtained by talking to Hawthorne with each character once they have joined a clan.

Furthermore, Bungie has also taken it upon itself to lay out some other key details about Clan Progression on its official website, explaining firstly that clan members taking part in activities adds XP up to a maximum cap for the week, which is then set back to zero after the weekly reset. Not to mention, there are also weekly milestones for additional rewards, as well as weekly clan Engrams which require at least half of the Fireteam in an activity to be members of the clan. Plus, clans will be able to earn perks as they garner experience points, but the slate will be wiped clean with each seasonal reset.

At this point in time, Bungie has stated that while Clan Progression is live, the in-game Clan Roster is still absent, as it is to come “at a later date.” Unfortunately, though, the developer failed to provide a reason as to why this is the case or an exact date when the feature will be incorporated, but hopefully it won’t be too long of a wait.

While Guardians anticipate the inclusion of the Clan Rosters in Destiny 2, there may be some players out there who are looking to get some friends or online acquaintances together to collaborate in the game as a group, but they don’t know where to start. Should that be the case, then one would do well to check out our guide on how to create a clan.

Destiny 2 is available now for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and it is set to launch on October 24, 2017 for PC.

Source: Bungie – Twitter