Lost Ark’s content often falls into two categories: daily content and weekly content. Daily content is reset at a specific time for each server every day, and weekly content is reset on a specific day every week, which coincides with the weekly maintenance time.
Lost Ark weekly maintenance time
In Lost Ark, your weekly maintenance reset time depends upon your time zone. So, if you need to get in a few more dungeons or Una’s tasks before the weekly reset, or if you’re eager to start another week, this is the time your server will go down for maintenance every Wednesday:
- 12 AM PST / 8 AM UTC / 9 AM CET
However, these start times can change on maintenance day. The Lost Ark team will post the new start times on the official Twitter account if they start earlier or later.
The weekly maintenance typically lasts four hours. But if more content is added or there are many bug fixes, the time will be extended. If you try to log in and can’t, check the Lost Ark Twitter account, as they will have up-to-date information on why the maintenance time is taking so long and when you’ll be able to get back in.
Lost Ark daily reset time
Unlike the weekly maintenance time, the daily reset time for Lost Ark is scheduled for when your server’s hour is zero, making things a little tricky. But this is when Lost Ark resets daily, depending on your server:
- NA East: UTC -4:00
- NA West: UTC -7:00
- EU Central: UTC +1:00
- South America: UTC -3:00
A good time gauge for players to know when the server resets daily can be found in the in-game UI, specifically the clock, which reads server time rather than your local time zone.
Once you know the daily and weekly reset times, you can plan your raids and dungeon dives accordingly. See you all in Arkesia!