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Destiny 2 Weekly Reset Time | November 3, 2020

The Destiny 2 weekly reset time has been revealed in the U.K. and in the U.S. along with what is being reset this week, the last week before the Beyond Light expansion. As always, the weekly reset brings with it new gear to unlock and chances to raise the player’s Power Level. Thanks to the list of reset events, challenges, and other activities. The weekly reset time in PT, ET, GMT, and more, are detailed below.

When is the Destiny 2 weekly reset time on November 3, 2020?

Destiny 2 weekly reset time

With the world turning the clocks back around this time of year, keeping up with the weekly reset time in Destiny 2 is a little complicated. Some players, in different corners of the world, will notice that the reset times have changed.

The Destiny 2 November 3 weekly reset time should be:

  • 9 AM PT
  • 12 PM (midday) ET
  • 5 PM GMT
  • 6 PM CET
  • 2 AM AEDT (October 28)

What are the Destiny 2 weekly ritual reset changes?

Destiny 2 weekly reset time

With the initially delayed Beyond Light expansion releasing on November 10, 2020, this is a normal week in Destiny 2. It’s the last normal week before everything changes and some things are gone for good. Just because it’s a normal week, though, doesn’t mean that there is nothing to do. Far from it.

These Destiny 2 activities are resetting on November 3, 2020:

  • 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
  • Warmind: Escalation Protocol Final Boss and Reward
  • Heroic Adventures (Mondays and Thursdays)

This is each Guardian’s last chance to play some Destiny 2 before the latest expansion is released. From November 10, 2020, everything is changed. A new damage type is being introduced, and that’s the least of it. The Game Revolution Shadowkeep review is an interesting read for those wishing to learn how far Destiny 2 has come between new expansions.