Bungie has announced they are changing the weekly reset time for 'Destiny 2'.
The video game developer will take place at 9am PT instead of the usual 1am PT on every Tuesday of each week from now on, and the UK this time will be 5pm GMT, starting with the release of the 'Curse of Osiris' expansion on December 5.
In a blog post on their official site, Bungie said: "Throughout Destiny 1's lifespan, players would frequently encounter an issue where weekly resets would not always coincide with content releases.
"This would prevent impacted players from earning new rewards. Countermeasures were taken by disabling activity playlists, but we were unable to prevent every scenario.
"Additionally, we're seeking to align the Milestone resets with event availability, such as Trials of the Nine or Iron Banner, to provide a uniform experience for players to follow each week.
"The following is a short list of time zone conversions from 1700 UTC. If you do not see your local time below, we advise using an online time zone converter to prepare for the upcoming change: 9 AM PST, 12 PM EST, 5 PM GMT, 9 PM MSK, 2 AM JST, 4 AM AEDT, 6 AM NZDT (sic)"
Bungie's latest announcement comes a few weeks after they confirmed 400 'Destiny 2' PC players were mistakenly banned from the game.
A statement read: "As part of our ban review process, we have identified a group of players who were banned in error. Those players have been unbanned.
"The bans were not related to the third-party applications listed above. We will continue to review the process we use to ensure a fun and fair game."