Destiny 2: Here’s how the Guided Games system works
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Destiny 2: Here’s how the Guided Games system works


Pretty simple, really.

Destiny 2‘s Guided Games are in full swing (well, in Beta, at least), and we’ve details on how it all works.

Guided Games are meant to assist both Clans that are looking to run high-level events and single players that are looking to find a group. Members of an existing group are termed Guides, and solo players, Seekers.

The idea is for Guides to group together as a Clan Fireteam and access a Nightfall or Raid’s Guided Games area to post that they’re looking for extras. Seekers can browse through the list of available Guides, also receiving an idea of how long and difficult an activity will be. Players will need to be 240 Power for Nightfall, and 280 Power for the Leviathan Raid.

During the program’s Beta, Seekers will need a Nightfall Ticket to participate — they’re available from the Postmaster. Groups of Guides can queue up without restriction.

Are you planning on trying Guided Games? If so, as a Guide or Seeker?

Destiny 2 is available now on Xbox One and PS4, and heads to Windows PC next month. The game’s first Raid, Leviathan, is also available now.

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