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Destiny 2 weekly reset for October 10 – Nightfall, Challenges, Flashpoint, Call to Arms and more detailed

A new Tuesday brings us a new Destiny 2 reset.

Weekly resets have changed a lot from Destiny 1 to Destiny 2. Although you still have new activities to go for with a refreshed rewards slate, a lot of what you actually do is new.

Like we mention in our Destiny 2 guide, every weekly reset in Destiny 2 brings a new Nightfall strike, new Crucible quest, and a new Flashpoints which all contribute to your weekly Milestones.

This week sees the return of the Iron Banner. The event kicks off today alongside the reset, so you can get started as soon as it arrives. The raid's Prestige difficulty was supposed to start today, too, but Bungie delayed it to next week.

Here are this week's activities:

Weekly Nightfall

This week's strike is the Inverted Spire, with modifiers Attrition, and Timewarp: Killing Time.

Attrition greatly reduces health and shield regeneration. Defeating enemies will sometimes create light wells that you can collect to restore health and shields. As for Killing Time, you basically get to extend the mission timer by killing enemies.


We're back on Nessus this week for the Flashpoint. All you need to do is complete Public Events to finish it. You can get it done faster if know how to trigger Heroic objectives of these Public Events.


  • Combustion: Hawthorne's waiting on the cliffs above the salt mines. Help her get the word out: we rally at the Farm.
  • Chosen: the Almighty is finished. Time to go home, save the Traveler, take back the City, and end this war. Be brave.
  • Hope: Commander Zavala is building a resistance at a moon of Saturn. Make contact and join the fight.

Call to Arms

The weekly Crucible quest is same as always; play a few matches (usually 5-7) to get a Powerful Engram.

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