Destiny 2's Clans Won't Be Available for "First Several Days After Launch"

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For those who haven't faced these Destiny 2 bugs yet, one of the issues takes place on the planet Nessus.

Destiny 2 seems to be pretty stable on consoles, but release has not been entirely smooth. According to the development team, this is due to a large PlayStation Network issue and a prolonged outage, just a day after the games big worldwide launch.

There are also times when Destiny 2 players have earned the armor perks but they do not trigger when they are supposed to. Players must master new abilities and weapons to reunite the city's forces, stand together and fight back to reclaim their home.

In Destiny 2, every player creates their own character called a “Guardian, ” humanitys chosen protectors.

However, there was some news that came from Bungie's official Twitter announced yesterday that fans will get Destiny 2 Clan Features released nearly immediately for the game. I've seen complaints on social media, reddit and on Bungie's forum from people who say they can't progress longer than a few minutes before suffering a crash.

Players can choose from playing the story campaign, or venturing into the destinations to join in cooperative modes including Strike missions. For competitive players, Destiny 2 offers intense 4v4 multiplayer matches in "The Crucible". This follows players needing to queue to start Destiny 2 when it launched on September 6.

Also available separately is a Destiny 2 Dualshock 4 wireless controller.

The Microsoft Store is now offering the Xbox One S for $249, with a promotional offer that lets you get two free games with it- and the games just happen to include Destiny 2.

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