In the first Destiny, many players never touched Raids – the first-person shooter’s meaty end-game content – because there was no matchmaking. You could only play the game’s best stuff if you could get a portion of your friends list together for a planned session. This is all changing for Destiny 2.
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In Destiny 2, Guided Games are a way for solo players to take part in the good stuff. If a group of pals are about to do a Raid and they need an extra player, you can pop yourself down to matchmaking and be transported into the fight. You might even be asked to join their clan.
Clans are fully integrated into Destiny 2 this time around too, with a dedicated in-game screen detailing each of them, from their banners to their clan’s ethos. You can peruse through them and request to join when you find one that fits.
It looks like a savvy addition – especially since the Raids were apparently the best bit of the first game. Have a watch of the video above to see how it all works and you’ll be treated to some new gameplay for your trouble.