Destiny 2 Won’t Feature Random Weapon Perks; Bungie Details How Clans Will Work

Bungie is changing things up in Destiny 2.

Bungie’s Destiny 2 can be considered one of the most anticipated sequels of all-time, and Bungie is changing a lot of things with it. Bungie revealed Destiny’s sequel won’t feature random weapon perks that are currently present in the original title, and detailed how players can create their clans on Destiny 2 or convert their existing Groups in Destiny to clans in the sequel.

Starting on July 25, 2017, Clan leaders should visit their base of operations on Bungie.net and decide if they want to convert their Group to a Destiny 2 Clan. Clan Founders will be able to transfer their title and permissions to another member who will be a more faithful leader for future adventures. If you have bigger plans for the existing Group that hosts your Clan, you can leave it as is and explore your own community purpose outside of the game. This housekeeping period will last for one month. After that time, new Clan creation functionality will go live on Bungie.net to support Destiny 2. Stay tuned for more information on that deadline!
These Clans will retain their basic structure. To sustain the intimate family feel that makes for good tactical chatter, membership will remain capped at 100 members. Each Destiny 2 account will be able to join one Clan on each platform.
Clans in Destiny 2 will enjoy new features in the game. Clans will be the guides of a new community, leading solo players to embrace the endgame one mission carry at a time. You’ll be able to manage your Roster and send invitations to new members right where you play. Every Guardian who calls a Clan home will earn rewards based on the success of their teammates.
These new features required a measure of sacrifice. If your Clan is part of a sprawling Alliance of affiliated fighting units, this evolution in the Clan experience will break that connective tissue on Bungie.net. We know this creates challenges for the larger community entities, and we’re already thinking about new and better ways for Clans to lock arms around a common mission. For the time being, we hope you’ll agree that enhanced Clan support will be better for every player of Destiny 2.
Director Luke Smith discussed the removal of random weapon perks during an interview with Mashable, where he said the following:
There aren’t random rolls on weapons anymore. Better Devils is a Crucible hand cannon [in Destiny 2], and what it has on it is what it has on it.
Destiny 2 releases on September 6 for PS4 and Xbox One and on October 24 for PC.