The Destiny 2 weekly reset, today, June 11 is definitely not as hectic as last week’s affair. Season of Opulence very much rang the changes when it came to activities, even going as far to include new structures, including a golden barge on Nessus. Now the dust has settled, and things are back to normal, it’s important that you have a clear focus on what’s changed with the Destiny 2 weekly reset this week. Below, we’ll run you through each and every big change, so you have an idea of what to expect when the weekly reset time rolls around.
Destiny 2 Weekly Reset (June 11) | When is the reset time today?
Season of Opulence hasn’t changed anything in regards to the Destiny 2 weekly reset time. It’s still 10 AM Pacific/1 PM Eastern. That’s 6 PM in the UK. It’ll stay that way, too, until the clocks go back in November, but that’s something to worry about months down the line.
For the avoidance of doubt, that’s exactly on the hour, and you can still be in-game when things refresh. You’ll see a “New Adventures Available” message, which will indicate that the process has been completed.
What’s changed in the Destiny 2 weekly reset? (June 11)
Don’t worry, there actually isn’t all that much to keep track of this week. While things like Clan Levels reverted back to zero last week thanks to the dawn of a new Season, it’s very much business as usual for June 11. “All progression and rewards” will be reset today in the following activities, Challenges, and Bounties, according to the Bungie Ritual Reset page:
- 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
Of course, the weekly reset doesn’t just bring new things into the game. It also involves saying goodbye to Xur, at least temporarily. As ever, he’ll be back on Friday with some brand-new stock, including the second-week running of random armor rolls, which makes his appearance all the more tantalizing.