If you are a Destiny 2 player, then you probably already know the day and time resets happen within it. If you don’t, reset happens every Tuesday, and it basically resets all the important activities within the game.
If you are looking to increase your character’s level, then ensure you complete all the necessary activities within the week until the next reset. This will ensure that your character powers up when it is time for the next reset.
Destiny 2 Weekly Reset Time
Resets happen in Destiny 2 every Tuesday at different times in different regions. For instance, the reset occurs in the following regions at the accompanying time:
- US Western – 10 am
- US Eastern – 1 pm
- British – 6 pm
- European – 7 pm
Completing Activities in Strike Before the Next Reset
Strikes are battle-themed video games that require each player to complete different objectives each of which end with fighting the main enemy. You can either launch Strike from the Vanguard Director or from a destination.
To increase your character’s level in Strike, you have to complete the following activities before the next reset:
Crucible Rotator: Showdown
You have to fight for Valor by defeating your enemies and preventing them from becoming revived. Also, you have to win most of the rounds or be involved in an elimination showdown.
Vanguard Burn: Void Singe
- Empire Hunt: The Warrior – You have to defeat Phylaks, Eramis’ military commander, also known as the Warrior.
- Exo Challenge: Simulation: Agility: Simulated Skill-Set Training – Challenge your dexterity by moving against the Vex.
- Nightmare Hunt: Isolation – Defeat the Scarred, the Nightmare of Taniks.
- Nightmare Hunt: Pride – Defeat the Kell of Kells, Nightmare of Skolas.
- Nightmare Hunt: Servitude – Defeat Gate Lord, the Nightmare of Zydron.
Nightfall: The Ordeal – The Scarlet Keep and Modifiers
Nightfall: The Ordeal – Adept
- Martyr – All exploder units have more health
Nightfall: The Ordeal – Hero
- All previous Modifiers
- Champions Unstoppable
- Champions Barrier
- Champions Hive
- Hashladûn’s Serenade – This increases arc damage, knockdown damage and distance.
- Extra Shields
Nightfall: The Ordeal – Legend
- All previous Modifiers
- Locked Loadout – Prevents you from changing equipment when you start the activity.
- Match Game – Enemy shields show high resistance to unmatched elemental damage
- Legend Modifiers – Locked Loadout, match game, and extra shields
Nightfall: The Ordeal – Master
- All previous modifiers
- Chaff radar is disabled
- Champions Mob, which includes additional modifiers.
- Master Modidiers – Locked Loadout, Extra Shields, Match Game, and No Saved Checkpoints.
Nightfall: The Ordeal – Grandmaster
- Grandmaster Modifiers – Limited Revives, Empath, and Enhanced Radar.
Completing Activities in Nightfall Strike Before the Next Reset
The Nightfall Strikes in Destiny 2 are base versions of the standard Strikes. However, they are more difficult than standard Strikes because their modifiers give harder missions. If your character can easily complete the challenges in standard Strikes version, then you should attempt Nightfall Strikes.
Destiny 2 Nightfall Strike is your standard Destiny 2 Strike, but with additional difficulty modifiers. For example, your enemies in Nightfall Strike have increased aim. Also, your character can incur more significant damage when it is airborne.
Fortunately, the harder the Strikes, the better the loot, hence, you can be sure that Nightfall Strikes guarantee better results.
To play Nightfall Strike, do the following:
- Open the Director page
- Click on the Strike Hub in the upper-left part of the screen
- After this, choose between the “Undertake a Normal Strike” option on the left and the “Undertake a Nightfall Strike” option on the right.
Despite the fact that Destiny 2 Nightfall Strikes are considerably more difficult than standard Strikes, you can’t switch weapons during a mission. This is because Bungie lock character loadouts for each Nightfall Strike. Because of this, ensure you carefully select your weapon of choice from the onset
Note that participating in a Destiny 2 Nightfall Strike requires that you have a minimum Power Level of 240. The reason for this is to ensure that you have a shot at success, even if little.