Destiny 2 Weekly Reset October 10th - New Inverted Spire Nightfall

The weekly reset has arrived to Destiny 2. From October 10th to October 17th, Guardians can enjoy the new Nightfall Strike and Flashpoint, the reset milestones, and the other usual stuff. This weeks also marks the beginning of the Destiny 2 Iron Banner event. Head over to Lord Saladin, have fun in PvP, earn tokens, and pick up the special Iron Banner gear.

Destiny 2 Weekly Reset October 10th - New Inverted Spire Nightfall
Destiny 2 Weekly Reset October 10th – New Inverted Spire Nightfall

The new Destiny 2 weekly reset is now here, bringing a new Nightfall Strike, Flashpoint, Meditations, Milestones, and so on. It also changes up the layout of challenges in the Leviathan Raid. The Iron Banner also makes a comeback, while the Prestige Mode for the raid won’t arrive for another week. The Nightfall this week is the Inverted Spire again, just with different modifiers. This week, they are Attrition (no health regeneration, aside from Wells of Light that drop from enemies), and Killing Time (defeating enemies gives you more time). The Challenges that you can complete, if you want, are Speed of Dark, Unbroken, and The Floor is Lava.

Next up, the Flashpoint. For the next seven days, it will be on Nessus. Head over, participate in the Public Events, and earn some sweet loot. As always, don’t forget to purchase Cayde’s maps before you go. Meditations this week, according to Reddit, are Combustion, Chosen, and Hope. Milestones have reset, as usual, so they’re up for grabs again, including the Crucible ones that you can pick up from Shaxx. We’ve mentioned previously that the Leviathan Raid challenges appear in a different order. The new order is Royal Pools, Gauntlet, Pleasure Gardens, Emperor Calus. Last, and pretty much the least, there’s a ton of stuff that you can get from the Eververse shop for Bright Dust. There’s always the option of buying stuff for real money, but, come on, don’t do that.

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