Destiny 2 Weekly Reset - November 7th

Find out the Nightfall, Leviathan Raid Challenge, and more for Destiny 2’s weekly reset.


It’s Destiny 2 players’ favorite time of the week: weekly reset! This week’s reset (starting November 7th) offers Faction Rallies on top of the usual bevvy of activities. Remember that completing your Milestones is important if you want to edge closer to reaching Power 305. If you’re a new player, check out our guide on the fastest way to level up in Destiny 2!

Nightfall: The Inverted Spired

The Nightfall for this week is The Inverted Spire. Taking place on Nessus, The Inverted Spire tasks you with uncovering what the Cabal are mining beneath the surface of the planet. Make sure you take out those adds efficiently, as time is of the essence. Keep in mind, once you pass through the first Timewarp Ring in an area, the rest will spawn, making it a good idea to clear out the enemies and then activate the rings so you can pass through them with minimal fuss.

This week’s modifiers are a little more forgiving than last weeks, especially considering each ring adds 30 seconds to the timer.

  • Momentum – Health and shield regeneration are disabled while standing still. Sprint to regenerate more quickly.
  • Timewarp: Rings – Vex time gates have appeared in the area. Pass through them to discharge temporal energy and extend the mission timer.

Leviathan Raid Order

The Leviathan Raid order for this week is: Pleasure Gardens, The Gauntlet, Royal Pools, and finally Emperor Calus. Make sure to check out our Destiny 2 Leviathan Raid guide if your team is struggling with any of the fights.

Leviathan Raid Challenge Mode

The Leviathan Challenge mode for this week’s reset is The Gauntlet. In order to complete The Gauntlet, players must not stand on a platform more than once during a running phase. Check out our Gauntlet Challenge Guide for a more comprehensive breakdown. 

Flashpoint: Nessus

For the Destiny 2 weekly reset, Cayde-6 has tasked you with heading to Nessus to complete Public Events. Make sure you visit Cayde-6 and buy his treasure maps before you head to Nessus. If you’re lucky, these treasure chests have a chance of rewarding you with an Exotic engram, or if you’re unlucky like me, nothing.


As always, Eververse brings with her a collection of cosmetic items for you to purchase using Bright Dust. Below is everything she’s currently stocking:

  • Good Idea – Emote – 400 Bright Dust
  • Flip Out – Emote – 3250 Bright Dust
  • Soul Velocity – Sparrow – 600 Bright Dust
  • Helios Strain – Ship – 500 Bright Dust
  • Spectral Gain – Ship – 500 Bright Dust
  • Comstock Lode – The Prospector Weapon Ornament – 800 Bright Dust
  • Beware the Red Legion – Skyburner’s Oath Weapon Ornament – 800 Bright Dust
  • Robes of Optimacy – Chest Armor – 1200 Bright Dust
  • Blue Moon Shell – Ghost Shell – 250 Bright Dust
  • Aggressive Shell – Ghost Shell – 250 Bright Dust
  • Noble Constant Red – Shader – 40 Bright Dust
  • Arctic Pearl – Shader – 40 Bright Dust
  • Cerulean Divide – Shader – 40 Bright Dust
  • Fireteam Medallion – Consumable – 50 Bright Dust

That’s it for this week’s Destiny 2 Weekly Reset. If you’re struggling with any part of the game, take some time to check out our Destiny 2 Complete Strategy Guide where we cover everything you need to know about Bungie’s latest title.

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