Clans in Diablo 4 are a way to join forces with other players and engage in PVE and PVP. Clans can have a shared bank that can be used to share Weapons, Armor, Accessories, Items and more with other players in the same Clan.
Clans In Diablo 4
Diablo 4 offers players the opportunity to form clans, which are groups of players who band together to battle demons. As in previous games in the franchise, there are many ways to customize and tailor your clan to fit your playstyle. Fortunately, creating a clan is an easy and straightforward process. To get started, simply press the "N" key on your keyboard to access the Clan Tab. From here, you can either search for existing clans to join or create your own by selecting the "Create Clan" option. The best part? There are no level requirements or fees associated with creating your own clan.
- Clan Name - What the clan is called. Can be up to 24 characters long.
- Clan Tags - What other players in the world see. Can be up to 6 characters long.
- Clan Description - Describe the purpose or goal of your clan.
- Language - Select a desired language for your clan.
- Labels - Pick a label that best describes the majority of your clan's activity revolves around.
How to search and join a Clan
If you're not interested in creating your own clan, you can search for existing ones to join. To do this, open the Clan Tab by pressing "N" on your keyboard, and select "Join a Clan". Here, you can search for clans and view any invites or requests you have received.
To search for a clan, click "Search Clans" and you'll be prompted to type in the name of a known clan or select your preferred language and label for a general search. After you hit "Search Clans", a list of results will appear on the left-hand side. Clicking on a clan will show you more information on the right panel, including the clan name, tag, leader, total members, creation date, and heraldry.
If you find a clan that interests you, click the "Request to Join" button and wait for the clan leader or officers to accept your request.
Clan Heraldry and Bans information
In Diablo 4, you have the option to customize your clan's heraldry, which is similar to character banners in Diablo 3. This can be done through the Clan Heraldry section of the clan settings, where you can select a banner shape and texture, add symbols to make it unique, and apply dye to finish the look.
In addition to customizing your heraldry, the Clan Settings also provide a way to manage banned members. A simple list displays each banned member's Player ID and Ban Date. If needed, there is also a button to disband the clan.
Clan Options and Customizations
After creating your clan, you will land on the clan's homepage. As with Diablo 3, clans in Diablo 4 can accommodate up to 150 members, and all characters in your account (both Softcore and Hardcore) are included in the clan. By default, the clan is set to public and can be searched by others. However, you have the option to change this in the Clan Settings. You can also manage requests to join your clan by accessing the top tab. In addition, there is a panel displaying your clan members, as well as a newsfeed showcasing their recent accomplishments.
You can customize your clan in Diablo 4 using the Clan Settings. These settings allow you to modify the objectives and appearance of your clan.
The Clan Summary Tab lets you edit basic information, such as adding internal messages and setting search visibility. In the Clan Details section, you can adjust the clan's visibility and language, as well as edit the description and labels that were selected at the time of creation.
You can also use the Internal Messages section to send messages to your clan members, such as a Message of the Day to keep them informed of daily activities. The Clan Information section is another great place to add links to your clan's social media, Discord, or website. These customization options allow you to tailor your clan to fit your needs and create a unique experience for your members.
Will clans persist after the beta?