We bring you all the latest data from the weekly reset for Destiny
Following last week’s Iron Banner tournament for Activision Blizzard Inc.’s (NASDAQ:ATVI) Destiny, we welcome yet another weekly reset for the game’s Guardians. There are plenty of new activities and challenges to go through; here’s what’s in store for players.
The Nightfall Strike this week is the Sunless Cell Strike. This is one of the strike missions introduced in the game’s year two and has been classed as one of the higher difficulty missions. The strike involves taking down Alak-Hul, the Darkblade who looks to take the place of the dead king Oryx and rise to power in her place. Players must hunt and kill Alak-hul in his dark prison cell, annihilating his plans to take over the throne.
The modifiers on the strike this week are Epic (Increased heavily shielded and aggressive enemies), Solar Burn (Increased Solar damage), Grounded (Increased airborne damage to players), Fresh Troops (Random fortified enemy squads with additional reinforcements), and Catapult (Increased Grenade recharge rate).
Moving on, the King’s Fall challenge this week is the Warpriest Challenge. This is fairly simple and requires a different aura holder every time the DPS rotation is initiated. Most of the times, the rotation ends up with a different aura holder by default and no extra effort is required to complete the challenge. As always, completing the challenge is going to grant you a guaranteed 320 special or heavy weapon, along with a 320 artifact if you complete the challenge on Hard difficulty.
Finally, the Court of Oryx Tier 3 boss is Balwur. The fight is a bit complex and players are required to clear patches on the ground by killing ads which is going to give them the space to DPS the boss. Other than the burning ground, there really is no complexity to the fight so it should not be much of a problem.
You can check out the full list of weekly reset data along with other changes to the tower vendors and other activities on this thread at Reddit.