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Wuthering Waves daily and weekly reset times explained

When are resets in Wuthering Waves?

Using your time wisely is the key to growth in Wuthering Waves, so learning the game’s reset times is a good idea if you want to level up the fastest and get the most materials.

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Like most other gacha games, Wuthering Waves has daily and weekly resets that cycle in new missions, refresh shop inventories, and add new events to the game. If you want to plan out an efficient farming schedule, then here’s what you need to know about resets in Wuthering Waves.

Wuthering Waves Reset Schedule for All Servers

The daily reset time for Wuthering Waves is 4 AM server time. The weekly reset for Wuthering Waves takes place every Monday at 4 AM server time. That’s 3 AM PT/6 AM ET in the Americas, and you can see the daily reset times for each server listed in the table below.

America3 AM PT/6 AM ET
Asia5 AM JST/5 AM KST 
Europe11 AM BST/12 PM CET

The daily reset in Wuthering Waves restores all resources in the open world, allowing you to farm more crafting items and upgrade materials like Scarletthorn and Indigoite. You’ll also get access to a new daily mission, new Guidebook objectives, and new Pioneer Podcast Battle Pass tasks every day after the daily reset. Make sure to get all of your dailies done so you can claim free rewards like Astrite before each daily reset.

Every Monday, the weekly reset occurs in Wuthering Waves and even more content is refreshed. Your enhanced drop rate buff for Echoes is refreshed every week, and you can check how many boosted drop rate chances you have remaining in the Data Bank menu. The weekly reset also refreshes weekly challenges so you can challenge bosses like Scar and claim their special upgrade materials once more.

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