Destiny 2 Weekly Reset September 12th 2017 - New Nightfall & More

The first Destiny 2 weekly reset has hit today. As you’d expect if you’re a Destiny veteran, it brings a new Nightfall Strike, Flashpoint, milestones, etc. The Nightfall Strike brings back something we’re all familiar with from the Beta, the Inverted Spire, just with modifiers and challenges. There’s also the Flashpoint on Nesus, the Shaxx milestone…

Destiny 2 Weekly Reset September 12th 2017 - New Nightfall & More
Destiny 2 Weekly Reset September 12th 2017 – New Nightfall & More

What’s New after Destiny 2 September 12th Weekly Reset?

The first and most important new thing, the one I know you’re all waiting for, is the new Nightfall Strike. Believe it or not, it’s The Inverted Spire, already making its return from the Beta. It’s on Nessus, like before. Some players are a bit disappointed that Bungie already brought back an old strike, but most of them can’t wait to sink their teeth into the Inverted Spire again.

Of course, the Nightfall version of the Inverted Spire has modifiers and challenges to keep things interesting. The modifiers are Prism, which increases damage from a focused element, and Timewarp Rings, which increase your mission timer every time you walk through one. There’s also three challenges: Speed of Dark (complete the Nightfall with at lease 5 minutes left), Unbroken (don’t die more than 3 times) and The Floor is Lava (don’t let Protheon’s ground attack hit you as a fireteam).

As far as the other new content goes, there’s a new Flashpoint on Nessus. The milestones also reset, so you can go visit Shaxx to get a milestone, and you can also go back to playing the Crucible, as well as go earn Clan Milestones. According to the Weekly Reset thread on Reddit, you can also pay a visit to Ikora for meditations.

Whatever you choose to do, the first Destiny 2 Weekly Reset seems to have gone pretty much without a hitch, and you have a variety of new content to explore.

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