Destiny 2 Clans FAQ

I know, I know.  “Another Destiny 2 article!?!?”  Yep!  Considering the game is still new and fresh you can expect to see a lot of Destiny 2 and Destiny 2 clans articles on Gamers Elite.  Plus, its a game I play so I think its important to support players such as myself that love the game and want to learn all about the ins and outs of the game.  This article is going to deal with ALL the information and FAQ you need for Destiny 2 clans.

Destiny 2 Clan FAQ

What Are Destiny 2 Clans?

Destiny 2 Clans are communities that can be approached in-game that are created and managed by participants. They let its members to play and advance collectively, communicate, and build up a community.

What Are the Benefits of Joining Destiny 2 Clans?

You can earn experience, level up, and obtain rewards when other members progress through the main campaign and participate as a group in normal or end-game activities. Progression can be viewed anytime in the Clan Profile in the game and the Destiny Companion via or the mobile app. Keep in mind that there’s a weekly cap of 5000 XP per character.

How Do I Join Destiny 2 Clans?

In order to be eligible to request to join a Clan or to receive Clan invites, you need to link your platform account to your profile. Once you’ve done so, you can use the Destiny Companion to search for Clans to join. Alternatively, a Clan leader can send you a direct invitation. If you tried to create a clan when the game first came out and could not – its because they would not let you.  Now, after a few days of the game being out you SHOULD be able to join and create a clan.

How Do I Create Destiny 2 Clans?

Go to the Clan page in the Destiny Companion and highlight the Create Clan option. During the creation process, you can set the Clan Name, Motto, and Mission Statement. You can even choose your Clan’s membership parameters. For example, you set Clan enrollment to Invite Only, or you can make joining completely open to the public. Regardless, only Clan Founders and Clan Admins can accept or deny requests to join the Clan.

Once a Clan is made, you’re free to set the Clan Banner, change Clan settings (including the name and motto), shift Clan Founders and Admins, or edit Clan management tasks. Keep in mind that Clans must have a total of at least two members to start earning experience, as well as for the Clan, Clan Roster, and Clan Banner to show up in Destiny 2. Total Clan membership is limited to 100 players.

Can I Change Destiny 2 Clans?

It’s possible to join a new Clan while already a member of a different Clan only if the new Clan you wish to join has an “Approval Required” enrollment. Once your new Clan request is approved, it’ll automatically be converted into a pending invitation. This precaution is put in place to prevent a requesting player from being removed from their old Clan without notice. Be wary; changing Clans can impact your Weekly Clan Engrams and Clan Perks.

Can I Leave a Clan?

If you’re a basic Clan member, it’s easy to leave a Clan.

However, if you’re a Clan Founder, you cannot leave or join another Clan until you’ve re-assigned the Founder role to some other member or are the last member of the Clan (in which case leaving deletes the Clan).