Destiny 2: When is the weekly reset and why is it changing?
The Destiny 2 weekly ritual resets provide opportunities for players to earn more rewards and make further progress within the game each week.
It’s become a key part of any Destiny 2 gamer’s calendar as they set out to complete and redeem milestone rewards before each weekly reset.
The weekly reset time is set to change next month as the game enters its second seaosn, so you will need to make sure you’re up-to-date with the latest details.
What happens during the Destiny 2 weekly reset?
The weekly reset on Destiny 2 is an important period for players looking to reach higher levels within the game.
Some of the things that the weekly reset affects includes Leviathan Raid progress, Clan Engram rewards and a new Nightfall Strike each week.
What does the weekly reset affect?
- Call to Arms Crucible Milestone
- Destination Flashpoint Milestone
- Clan XP Milestone
- Raid Milestone
- Raid Checkpoints
- Weekly Clan Engrams
- Weekly Clan XP Caps
- Weekly Bright Dust Inventory in Eververse
What time is the Destiny 2 weekly reset and why is it changing?
The weekly reset currently happens every Tuesday at 9am GMT.
However, when the Curse of Osiris is released on 5th December 2017, the reset time will be permanently changed to Tuesday at 5pm GMT.
Explaining the change, Bungie said that previously ‘players would frequently encounter an issue where weekly resets would not always coincide with content releases. This would prevent impacted players from earning new rewards.’
Bungie also made the change ‘to align the Milestone resets with event availability’.
There is also a daily reset for other activities and challenges that happens at the same time each day.