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Destiny 2 weekly reset for October 17 – Nightfall, Challenges, Flashpoint, Call to Arms and more detailed

The last console-only reset in Destiny 2 is this week.

That's because the Destiny 2 PC version launches next Tuesday. After revealing system requirements, launch times and other crucial information, Bungie released a decent launch trailer overnight.

As for the weekly reset, you can expect the usual assortment of activities to update. That's the Nightfall, Meditations, and of course a new Flashpoint and Call to Arms quests. This week's reset also brings an end to the first Iron Banner event.

If you've not been all caught up with what Destiny 2 has to offer. The big Destiny 2 guide is a great place to start, even if you're just brushing up on some details you missed.

Here's what you can look forward to this week:

Weekly Nightfall

Pyramidion is this week's strike, with modifiers Torrent, and Time Warp: Zero Hour.

Torrent greatly increases the recharge rate of your abilities. Zero Hour means that the mission timer cannot be extended.


  • Speed of Dark: complete the Nightfall with at least five minutes remaining.
  • Unbroken: complete the Nightfall with fewer than three deaths.
  • Faster Than Lightning: as a fireteam, defeat nine Shanks with melee attacks before defeating Thaviks.


  • Riptide: without power, Zavala's resistance has hit a wall. Travel deeper into the Arcology and help them past it.
  • Looped: no one's heard from Cayde-6 since the Hunter took off for an uncharted world. Track him down.
  • Utopia: venture deep into the heart of the Hive to retrieve a powerful Golden Age CPU and make it out alive.


Titan is this week's focus. You'll need to do a few Public Events to earn a Powerful Engram. Triggering Heroic objectives in Public Events is a great way to finish the quest quickly.

You should also pick up Titan Treasure Maps from Cayde-6 in the Tower before heading there.

Call to Arms

As always, you're required to play about five-seven Crucible matches to earn the Engram.

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