It’s Destiny 2 weekly reset time on April 23 and, you know what that means: the times they are a-changing. While not a great deal is being refreshed as part of the Destiny 2 reset this week, there’s still plenty you need to know about so you can be prepared going in. For example, alongside the traditional turnover of activities and Bounties, there’s also a renowned event making its way to the Destiny 2 reset today. Find out about that (and more) down below.
Destiny 2 Weekly Reset (April 23) | When is the reset time today?
You don’t need to log out of the game for the Destiny 2 weekly reset, but it sure does help to know when the game resets in your region. If you’re in the US, you can expect a “New Adventures Available” notification (which marks the start of the Destiny 2 weekly reset) to hit at 10 AM Pacific/1 PM Eastern. Simply log on at or after that time for things to change.
In the UK, it’s probably a better situation. That’s because the Destiny 2 weekly reset is at 6 PM BST, which after the end of your school or working day, which is handy.
What’s changed in the Destiny 2 weekly reset? (April 23)
For a full list of what’s changed in the Destiny 2 weekly reset, we have to go straight to the source. Bungie’s Ritual Reset page is a good a barometer as any for what you can expect to shift around this week. Here it is in full, though remember that Mercury’s activities already refreshed yesterday and Mars’ set of tasks refreshes every Thursday:
- Call to Arms Crucible Challenge
- Destination Flashpoints
- Raid Challenge Encounters
- Raid Checkpoints
- Dreaming City Powerful Rewards
- Spider’s Powerful Bounty
- Gambit Powerful Bounty
- Gambit Weekly Challenge
- Nightfall Strike
- Weekly Clan Engrams
- Weekly Clan XP Caps
- Eververse Bright Dust Selections
Elsewhere, Xur, as ever, disappears after the weekly reset. He won’t be gone for long, though. Expect him back on Friday, but you’ll be pleased to know this week’s Invitation of the Nine is sticking around until Thursday, which gives you an extra 48 hours more than normal to complete.
Finally, the Iron Banner returns for the Season of the Drifter. You’ll be able to start it at the Tower post-weekly reset.