With the arrival of the Lightfall expansion, a plethora of new content and features have been added to Destiny 2. One of these includes the Custom and Multiple loadouts feature which might be the introduction of the Loadout system by Bungie. And it was long overdue. This feature allows players to create builds by adding their best weapons, armor, mods, perks, or traits in a single loadout. You can customize your saved loadouts accordingly to your preferences. But to customize or rename the saved loadouts? Check out our guide on how to change the Destiny 2 Loadout Name and icon to find out.
How to Change Loadout Name and Icon in Destiny 2
Unfortunately, you cannot change the loadout name according to the name you prefer. However, you can select one of the names and icons from their extensive presets list. But sadly, Guardians won’t be able to rename their saved loadout.
In total, there are 20 Names and Icons that you can choose from. And each one of them can cover different roles according to the build you are creating. So, here’s how to create and customize the loadouts in Destiny 2:
- Firstly, head over to the Character tab. Over here, you will notice some additional features added to the tab.
- Select the widgets on the left side of the screen to access your loadouts.
- If you want to customize or rename your Loadouts, hover over them.
- You will find an option to Swap the Icons, Name, and Color of the saved loadouts.
- Press the assigned keybind or key button to customize them.
- After you have set it all up, hit the Overwrite option to save your Custom Loadout.
- If you want to create a new Custom Loadout, select the Plus button in the Loadout section.
- You will find an option to Save New Loadout.
- Once you select this option, add your suited weapons, armor, gear, traits, and more to create a new loadout.
Since the Loadout system is recently released, Bungie might allow more options for renaming or customizing your build in the future. We will update this guide if Bungie decides to add custom names in the future. Till then, you can check out our Destiny 2 All Seasons list for all start and end release dates.
That’s everything covered about how to change the Destiny 2 Loadout name and icon. If you liked this guide, check out our more guides on how to get the Awoken Favors, how to complete the Stargazer quest, how to get the Winterbite, and more Destiny 2 Guides on our dedicated section right here on Gamer Tweak.