Clans will allow up to 50 accounts to join and work as a team, though each account can link up to 4 characters. Members can leave messages for one another, and those in admin roles can pin messages and organise further events. If you’re not feeling like using Discord, clan voice channels will allow up to 25 members at once.
Players will be placed into one of several tiers within a clan, as follows:
- Recruit: No admin functionality
- Agent: Able to recruit other members
- Lieutenant: Can review recruit applications, promote members, moderate clan feed
- Commander: Super admin
Clans themselves will also level up between 1-30, and increasing up the progression scale will unlock new features and items. There’s no better place to boast about all that hard work with your very own clan headquarters, where vendors will also offer up items for sale.
Players will have to progress through some of The Division 2‘s story to gain access to clans, though Ubisoft has said it’s fairly early on.
The Division 2 heads to Windows PC, Xbox One and PS4.
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