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The Division 2 clans will support up to 50 players

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The Division 2 clans will primarily focus on PvP and PvE and players will be able to choose clans that best suit their needs and playstyle. Clans will support up to 50 accounts and will have two special voice channels and four ranks.

Gearing up for the open beta and the full release of their looter shooter The Division 2, Ubisoft decided to offer more insight into the game's clan system, which is a brand new mechanic in the series.

The Division 2 clans will support up to 50 accounts, with up to four characters on each. Clans can be unlocked very early in the game, trough one of the story missions.

Those who unlock the feature will be able to create their own clans but to start progressing a clan, you'll need at least four members.

Once your clan is up and running, you and your clan mates can communicate through the clan feed, informing the members of clan's activities and progression. To make the communication even easier, each clan will have access to two voice channels for up to 25 members each.

Clans will progress and level up as their members get Clan XP by completing various activities such as clan projects, which bring bronze, silver and gold quality rewards.

The Division 2 will also allow you to join clans from other players. When searching for a clan, you will get six options to help you find the clan that suits your needs and playstyle.

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You can choose between PvP or PvE oriented clans, pick the time of the day when the clan is most active, language, region and mic requirement options are also present, and you can even choose the general atmosphere of the clan - a more casual experience or highly competitive PvP clan. 

Those who form their own clans will get to design the clan's insignia. In addition to that, clans can have three privacy levels - open, invite only and private.

As the names suggest, open clans are searchable and open to all players, invite-only are searchable but you'll have to apply for membership, while private clans are hidden from search and can only be joined through an invite sent by the clan's leadership.

There are also member ranks - Commander, Lieutenant, Agent and Recruit and each of these ranks will have different roles and permissions. Clan quarters will be set in The East Wing of the White House where players can hang out with their clan mates and pick up weekly rewards.