Destiny 2 Nightfall this week has a big problem for Prestige PS4 and Xbox One players

The Destiny 2 Reset has been and gone, meaning a new Nightfall Strike is available to run.

The Nightfall: Exodus Crash can be played on PS4 and Xbox One, however, Guardians may encounter some big issues.

A big bug when running the Destiny 2 Nightfall Strike on Prestige includes the final area not spawning the blue pulses for the players to trigger.

Several players have reported issues with this, while some also claim that killing a Dreg on the left of the final zone helps to activate the pulses.

For those taking on the challenge, you can expect a different blend of modifiers to make it that little bit more tricky.

Destiny 2 Nightfall modifiers include:

  • Prism: Your attacks matching the focused element deal increased damage. All other elemental damage is reduced. Kinetic and incoming damage is unaffected. The focused element rotates periodically.
  • Timewarp: White rings provide an additional 30 seconds of time to finish the Strike, which need to be jumped through by Guardians.

Nightfall Challenges:

  • Speed Of Dark: Complete the Nightfall with at least 5 minutes remaining.
  • Unbroken: Complete the Nightfall with fewer than 3 deaths.
  • Faster Than Lightning: As a fireteam, defeat 9 Shanks with melee attacks before defeating Thaviks.

The reward available to those who manage to finish it is the Luminous Vanguard Engram.

The Nightfall Strike itself is set in the Arcadian Valley and has a recommended Power level of at least 240.

For those who have just started playing Destiny 2, Nightfall Strikes are end game versions of regular Vanguard Strikes. 

In a Nightfall Strike, players will have to contend with special modifiers which enhance the difficulty of this Strike activity.

Destiny 2 fans, meanwhile, are counting down the hours to the Prestige Raid launch on PS4, Xbox One and PC.

After suffering a recent delay, the upcoming Destiny 2 Raid has been given an October 18 release date and a 6pm UK start time.

The Prestige Raid is essentially a harder version of the Leviathan Raid that was introduced a week after the Destiny 2 launch.

The new twist on the endgame activity will feature new Raid Challenges that have been designed to “make you rethink familiar encounters”.

Nothing has been confirmed, but players can expect stronger enemies, fewer checkpoints and other obstacles.

Successful clans will pick up improved rewards and higher level items, armour and gear. 

Bungie delayed the start of the Prestige Raid after discovering an exploit of some kind.