Destiny Weekly Reset For April 4: Nightfall, Crucible And Challenge Mode Changes Detailed

Bungie’s weekly reset of the Destiny servers has come once again, bringing with it the usual changes to the shooter’s various PvE and PvP content as well as a few added extras, thanks to the arrival of Age of Triumph. Nightfall, Prison of Elders and Crucible have all received their respective rotations, with past modifiers and bosses returning from previous resets to keep Guardians on their toes.

The Nexus is the mission featured as this week’s Nightfall Strike, with Arc Burn, Specialist, Ironclad and Juggler being the modifiers you’ll need to contend with in order to take down the machinations of the Vex. After a long period of absence, Guardians once more have access to a Burn modifier for this particular Nightfall. Arc is the flavor of the day, so be sure to dust off those Zhalo Supercells and go to town on anything that crosses your path. As an added bonus, if you’ve got a special weapon of a similar element, the Specialist modifier will provide a massive boost to the damage you’re able to churn out, although you’ll need to cycle through your weapons in order to scrounge more ammo, thanks to the presence of Juggler.

Upon conquering the Nightfall for another week, be sure to pay Vosik a visit in Rise of Iron‘s Wrath of the Machine raid. The SIVA-infused Fallen is this week’s obstacle to be overcome in order to complete Challenge Mode. Special armor Ornaments and a commemorative emblem are yours to keep if you can rise to the task.

For the more competitive-minded players among you, this week’s Crucible playlist is Zone Control, so make sure you’ve got a competent Fireteam ready to go before heading into combat.

Last but certainly not least, today marks the return of Destiny‘s Vault of Glass raid, complete with copious amounts of new loot to obtain. Both the Templar and Atheon himself have special challenges associated with them which, if completed, will award Age of Triumph Ornaments and special Exotic versions of the original primary weapons. There is, of course, the chance to also grab yourself a Year Three Vex Mythoclast, but you’ll need to pray to the gods of luck for that one.

That’s it for this week. Good luck out there, Guardians!