Destiny 2 Introduces Huge Changes to Clans and Matchmaking Features

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During the Destiny 2 livesteam Bungie will be joined by special guests and will debut gameplay from the game. Destiny 2 is lovely, too, carrying on with the same bold science fiction colours of the first game, which take inspiration from Bungie's own revered Halo franchise.

New classes include the Sentinel Titan with its shield throw, a new Hunter class that can hurl aerial fire phoenix attacks from its sword and a staff-wielding Warlock class great for rushing down enemies at close quarters. You can check out Bungie's reveal trailer below. If the footage we just saw is anything to go by, this fall is going to see one of the most epic sequels in gaming history.

In Destiny 2, solo players looking for groups can team up with Clans for challenges like Raids and Nightfalls.

I have no doubt that the team over at Bungie will be putting forth their best effort and Destiny 2 will be awesome.

Destiny 2 is all about sweet loot again, but weapon systems are seeing a slight change.

Destiny 2 gameplay revealed in new trailer
There will be three weapon slots available, each associated with one of the Kinetic, Energy, or Power damage types. In-Game Clan Support - In Destiny 1 , Clan Members had to go to the Bungie website to do anything for their clan.

On the gif used to mark the event starting in 3 days, the guardian appears to be carrying a whole new weapon type.

In parallel news, Bungie is offering individuals the added bonus of getting an early access to the beta on PlayStation 4.

However, it's not the only option available for long-time Destiny fans. Fortunately, we'll also have some new tools at our disposal, including miniguns and grenade launchers, along with new abilities and Supers to incorporate into our arsenal. "Destiny 2 has a great story, an iconic new villain, awesome characters you want to go on an epic adventure with, and of course, tons of the fantastic gameplay that Destiny is known for".

Destiny was released only on consoles, but Destiny 2 is coming to PC. And, you'll see a Destiny 2 status icon by your friends who are playing Destiny 2 the same way you do for friends playing StarCraft II, Diablo III, WoW, Heroes of the Storm, Hearthstone, and Overwatch.

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