Destiny 2 Weekly Reset January 30 – New Milestones, Nightfall Strike, Eververse Items & More

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It’s Tuesday, which means that it’s time for a Destiny 2 weekly reset. We’ve listed everything that’s new — including Milestones, the Nightfall Strike, Eververse items, and more — down below.

The Faction Rally has returned. Be sure to pledge your allegiance to one of the three factions!

Milestones

Call to Arms

Win glory by participating in Crucible matches – Powerful Gear

Heroic Strikes

Complete 3 Heroic Strikes – Powerful Gear

Clan XP

Earn Clan XP in strikes, raids, the Crucible, or world activities – Powerful Gear

Flashpoint: Nessus

Complete public events on Nessus – Powerful Gear

Nightfall

Complete the weekly Nightfall Strike – Powerful Gear

Nightfall Strike

Strike

Savathun’s Song

Modifiers

Momentum – Health and shield regeneration stop when you’re not moving. Sprint to speed up regeneration.

Timewarp: Anomalies – Strange anomalies have been detected in the area. Destroy them to release temporal energy and extend the mission timer.

Eververse 

Silver Purchases

Illuminated Engram – 200 Silver

Illuminated Engram x3 – 500 Silver

Illuminated Engram x5 – 800 Silver

Limitless Starter Pack – 900 Silver

Stealth Survival Bundle – 1100 Silver

Bright Dust Purchases

Huddle Up (Emote) – 400 Bright Dust

Taunt Dance (Emote) – 700 Bright Dust

SV-112 Predator (Vehicle) – 2500 Bright Dust

Antonio (Vehicle) – 500 Bright Dust

Under Construction – Tractor Cannon (Weapon Ornament) – 800 Bright Dust

Reef In Ruins – Telesto (Weapon Ornament) – 1250 Bright Dust

Omega Mechanos Grasps (Gauntlets) – 800 Bright Dust

Fast Lane Shell (Ghost Shell) – 2850 Bright Dust

Solar Effects (Transmat Effect) – 450 Bright Dust

Arctic Pearl (Shader) – 40 Bright Dust

Monchromatic (Shader) – 40 Bright Dust

Fireteam Medallion (Consumable) – 50 Bright Dust

Gleaming Boon of the Vanguard (Consumable) – 250 Bright Dust

Gleaming Boon of the Crucible (Consumable) – 600 Bright Dust

In other Destiny 2 news, several top Destiny YouTubers have lessened their support of the game, Bungie is hiring a new community manager, and the developer explains the faction rewards throttle and incoming adjustments.

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