Description

The official Destiny 2 Companion App keeps you connected to your Destiny adventure wherever life takes you. Join using PlayStation Network, Xbox Live, or Battle.net.

EXPLORE - See all the latest news, updates, and community creations. Discover what events and activities are live in the game. And stay connected with the community through forums and groups.

CLAN -- Create and manage your Clan with its own unique shared identity -- or search for an existing clan to join. Track your clan level, progress, and all shared rewards. And stay connected with your clanmates through text chat on one or more clan specific channels.

PROGRESS -- View your current milestones per character, your progress towards completion, and the available rewards.

GEAR -- Inspect all your favorite weapons and armor, view item stats and perks, and move your equipment between your characters and the vault.

FIND FIRETEAM -- Search the list of requests and choose a team to join -- or create and manage a new Fireteam request and communicate with your teammates.

What's New

Version 5.2.4

• Improved 3D Gear view. Armor pieces will be shown with a complete character.
• Improved item transfer logic. If an item fails to transfer from one character to another, it will automatically be returned to the original character.
• Some forums now require a linked Destiny account to participate.
• Fix for a crash in clan profiles on devices running iOS 9.
• Improved support for the iPhone X.

Customer Reviews

3.5 out of 5

876 Ratings

876 Ratings

Handy Dandy

Mildoze

I like this app more that any other companion app I’ve used for a video game like this. Sadly not nearly as fun or useful now that grimoires/lore aren’t in the app. Still makes character and clan management possible outside the game but I feel like they could have really done something special if they had made it possible to use the director on your phone as a second screen while you’re playing destiny 2.
But that isn’t why I take one star off. I take that for not handling notifications linking to the app correctly. A clan chat notification when clicked to follow doesn’t take you to clan chat in app. As well as oversights like this; there are numerous little quirks and shortcomings. Sure, the things it does do it does without issue and keeps it simple enough that you will figure the whole thing out in no time (even if the design for ui and interface is a bit too vague for anyone not already familiar with then from playing in game).

User Interface Issues & Missing Info

ggvictoria

The user interface of this app is definitely lacking. Example: When I get notifications about Clan Chat messages and click on the notification, I'm not taken to Clan Chat where the message came in. I've had to figure out on my own that I must manually go to Clan Chat to see where the notification was coming from. That should be mobile app UI 101. Especially when Bungie's promoting D2's clan oriented features to encourage cooperative play. Same applies to all other features of the app, like LFG.

The other issue I'm seeing is that Bungie took out very useful PvP statistics we used to have in the Destiny 1 companion app version. Now I have to resort to 3rd party web apps to find this info; and that's clearly not as ideal as to what Bungie already offered in the old version of their companion app.

So if new Clan features aren't really all that ideal to begin with, why did they get rid of old functionality that did work and was actually useful?

Hackers

Anthonypc13

I enjoy playing Destiny, getting to know people, having fun. But it gets to the point when someone goes & attempts to hack my account is when I can't enjoy the game, especially when that person works hard to deal with other hackers. I honestly think that Destiny 2 is not a game worth getting because of hackers who can hide who they are by working in Bungie, if Bungie & any other gaming company want to make sure they don't have people like me hacked & not enjoy the game, maybe those companies should go ahead & check on each of their employees & their accounts & if someone reports that person for hacking then shouldn't the game company investigate to make sure if they are telling the truth or not & make sure the hacker can't try to hack anyone else's account? I am a victim of nearly getting hacked by a hacker who is in charge of Bungie forms & is said to know the manger of Bungie, so for the people at Bungie reading this, are you ok with people getting hacked by your own coworkers then having the customers go ahead & not enjoy any of your games?

Information

Seller
Bungie, Inc.
Size
80.6 MB
Category
Games
Compatibility
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Languages
English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
Age Rating
Rated 9+ for the following:
Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
Copyright
© 2011-2017 Bungie, Inc.
Price
Free

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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