Bungie revealed in its latest weekly update that it will be changing the ritual reset time in Destiny 2 to avoid the issue of weekly resets not always coinciding with content releases.
“Throughout Destiny 1’s lifespan, players would frequently encounter an issue where weekly resets would not always coincide with content releases,” the developer wrote. “This would prevent impacted players from earning new rewards. Countermeasures were taken by disabling activity playlists, but we were unable to prevent every scenario. Additionally, we’re seeking to align the Milestone resets with event availability, such as Trials of the Nine or Iron Banner, to provide a uniform experience for players to follow each week.”
Currently, Destiny 2‘s weekly reset takes place at 1 a.m. PT, but following the release of Curse of Osiris on December 5th, the reset time will be changed to 5 p.m. UTC (9 a.m. PST).
It was also announced that Destiny 2′s first Clarion Call event will run from November 17th at 10 a.m. PT to November 20th. During the event, players can earn double XP when playing with a fellow clan member. The developer added that future events will be more tailored to solo players for those without a clan.
Earlier today, Bungie revealed that an Xbox One X and PlayStation 4 Pro update will be released for Destiny 2 next month.