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‘Destiny 2’ Arrives And Immediately Impresses, Regardless of Console



Destiny 2 has officially arrived and the launch of the highly anticipated addition to the popular Bungie series has been met with rave reviews.

Sure, most people experienced a hiccup when trying to log on to the Destiny servers around the midnight hour, but once you were officially logged in, not many hurdles stood in your way afterwards.

To start, there really wasn’t any big surprises if you had played the BETA, the story starts off with the attack on the Tower and places your character in the chaos as you try to fight your way to safety.

What immediately stood out to me was the polished graphics, which seems smoother and more crisp than what we saw in the BETA.

After fighting your way out of Tower you meet Ghaul, who also has the Speaker held captive and is hell bent on being “chosen” by the Traveler. It all indicates that Ghaul will be one heck of a force if he does get what he wishes (it seems he will).

What is really good about the start of this is the storyline mode that brings you from Tower, through chaos, defeat, loss of light, revive and your rise from the ashes.

It is told swiftly enough not to bore you but with enough time to let the details resonate and give your character a feeling of experience that the game is trying to relay effectively without crossing the line to boring a player with the mundane.

The Farm is an interesting switch from Tower and gives a completely different feel to Destiny as a whole.

It’s hard for a game to accomplish this feat but Destiny does it with the ease of some aesthetics, a solid score and a well-executed intro storyline.

New wrinkles have been added, but not at the expense of the game’s experience. Instead of making changes for the sake of changes, the changes seem to be fluid with the game and more beneficial.

I am still rolling through the first part of the storyline but Destiny 2 has already sucked me back into it’s clutches with a feeling of both familiarity and comfort as I am experienced and well versed in the game’s universe.

I am also giving props to Bungie, who has had major server issues in the past with Destiny and although I expect there to be hiccups, the launch was void of any major issues on my end, which can be hard to pull off with any launch, especially one with as big of a player base as Destiny.



Jump Force Roadmap Revealed



Bandai Namco has dropped a content roadmap for Jump Force ahead of it’s free update in April.

Check out the roadmap below:

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No Man’s Sky Next Expansion is ‘Beyond’



Hello Games has announced that the next major update to No Man’s Sky, which it says it it’s “most ambitious chapter yet”, will arrive this summer.

‘Beyond’ will change the way players come together, offering “radical new ways” to explore the universe.

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The Division 2: Clan System Breakdown



The Division 2 is now officially launched and with it comes a brand new clan system in which you can create and manage your very own group of agents in an “exclusive club” that allows you to recruit members, allowing up to 50 accounts with up to four characters each.

Ubisoft released the following information regarding the new Clan system:

The Division 2 – Clan System

How to Join a Clan in The Division 2

When searching for a clan, a number of options will be available to help you find one that best suits your particular needs or playstyle.

  • Activities: The primary focus of the clan, PvE, PvP or both.
  • Most Active Times : The time of day the clan is the most active.
  • Atmosphere: The general atmosphere of the clan. This will indicate whether a particular group is relaxed and easy-going clan, focused on certain aspects, or a highly competitive PvP clan.
  • Mic Requirement:  If the clan requires a microphone to be able to join.
  • Language:The primary spoken language of the clan.
  • Region: The geographical location of the clan members.

Creating and Managing a Clan in The Division 2

When creating a clan, you will start off with designing an insignia. There will be various options to choose ranging from icons, a background and border types to create your own unique design.

Once you have created an insignia, it’s time to give your group a name. A clan name can be between 4 to 15 letters long and the clan tag, which is visible to all players, consists of three capitalized letters. You can also write a presentation to introduce your clan to your players.

Each clan is also able to set a preferred privacy level which consists of the following:

  • Open – Searchable and open for all players.
  • Invite Only – Searchable but requires an application to be sent and reviewed by clan leadership.
  • Private – A private clan is not searchable and can only be joined through an invite sent by the clan’s leadership.

Clan membership is also organized into four ranks, which will help tremendously with organisation and structure:

  • Commander – The leader of the clan which has access to all administrative functions of the clan.
  • Lieutenant – The officer rank, which will be able to send out invites, review applications, promote and demote members as well as moderate the clan feed.
  • Agent – The established clan member able to invite potential recruits to the clan.
  • Recruit – The recruit is a new member of the clan with limited access to administrative clan functionality.

When reviewing applications as a Commander or Lieutenant, you will be able to inspect the applicant’s characters and have a look at their gear.

Clan Progression in The Division 2

All in-game actions taken by members which provide experience points will alsoyield Clan XP (CXP). Earning experience will help your clan level, which in turn provides additional benefits for each level the clan reaches up to level 30. CXO will also unlock additional customization options for the insignia, showcasing your clan’s veterancy.

Clans will also work together toward common goals such as weekly projects and a clan cache which can be upgraded. Both will rewards members upon  completion. The weekly clan cache requires a weekly CXP goal to be reached with additional stretch goals.

There are three tiers of reward: bronze, silver and gold. Reaching bronze unlocks guaranteed rewards, while reaching silver and gold will further improve the week’s rewards.

Clan projects are weekly tasks and will boost your CXP upon completion, and each focuses on a particular aspect of the game. Should your clan complete all weekly projects, it will receive an additional, large amount of CXP.

Clan Quarters in The Division 2

Ever dreamed what it would be like living in the White House? Well, dream no more, my loves: this is where your clan will hang out.

Over in the East Wing of the White House, your clan will have its own space to socialize and regroup. Here is where you will find all of the clan stash to collect your weekly rewards, look over the clan bounty board, and interact with the clan vendor once reaching clan level 2.

As part of the clan’s level progression, the quality of items offered by the clan vendor will improve. Certain levels will also unlock the ability to purchase cosmetic headgear sporting your insignia. Neat.


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The clan quarters is also where you’ll be able to see your clan’s three, weekly top CXP contributors. Nothing like giving your members a bit of recognition for their accomplishments, right?

Massive said there will be more to discover in the clan quarters, but they are keeping things secret until the game releases.

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