In-game Clan rosters are now live in Destiny 2
Less than a week after its release, Destiny 2 players are now able to view their clan rosters in-game.
This update came after over seven hours of server downtime today, which was extended after it was originally only supposed to be down for four hours. It will now be easier than ever for players to join up with their clanmates and play together to earn clan XP and the rewards that come with it.
The hotfix also included two important fixes, including fixing an error where players would not receive the strong MIDA Mini-Tool weapon after completing its quest if they had a full inventory. Bungie also said that it fixed a rare memory leak that would result in the game crashing.
The update comes a day before the game's first Raid launches, when players will undoubtedly be racing to become world's first to complete Destiny 2's hardest end-game PvE activity.
The recommended Power level for the Raid is between 260 and 280, according to the game's director, Luke Smith. Players should be able to grind out more Power today as the weekly reset hit this morning, allowing players to earn Milestones and Powerful Gear all over again.