The Eyasluna returns from Destiny 1, as part of the 30th Anniversary pack. This is a fan favorite coming to Destiny 2 for the first time, dominating PVP and PVE back in Destiny 1. Now it’s returned, plus the weapon is farmable, so you can get that god roll you need with a focused way to get it. Today I’m going to look at the Eyasluna, the stats, the god rolls to chase for PVE and PVP, plus how to get Eyasluna in Destiny 2.
Eyasluna is a Legendary Kinetic Hand Cannon with an Adaptive Frame meaning it has a well-rounded grip, reliable and sturdy. Looking at the stats we have Impact 84, Range 56, Stability 68, Handling 54, Reload Speed 50, Rounds Per Minute 140, Magazine 11.
This is another 140 hand cannon, which is doing very well in the meta at the moment whether you are in PVE or PVP. The impact stat here at the base level is very good at 84. Also, this kinetic hand cannon deals stasis damage, so it does allow you to create stasis crystals and could work very well in stasis builds with the right mods.
Eyasluna God Roll Guide
For PVE Outlaw and Kill Clip is a classic combination, although given this is a stasis weapon, then Headstone is pretty good too, with the improvements to stasis crystals in the recent balance patch. Outlaw is where precision kills greatly decrease the reload time and Kill Clip gives you increased damage after a kill. Headstone spawns a stasis crystal at the dead body of an opponent when you get precision final blows.
For PVP Perpetual Motion & Moving Target would be a good roll. Perpetual Motion is a new perk added with the 30th-anniversary pack, and this gives you bonus stability, handling and reload speed while the weilder is in motion. Moving Target on the other hand gives you increased movement speed and target acquisition when moving while aiming down sights.
How to get Eyasluna
To get this one it’s a random drop from the final boss of the Grasp of Avarice Dungeon, found on the Cosmodrome. To get access to this you will need to purchase the 30th Anniversary Pack, which you can get through all the platform stores.
The Eyasluna is a random drop from the final boss, plus the Grasp of Avarice Dungeon is now farmable, meaning you can keep killing the final boss for a chance at Eyasluna to drop for you. Once you get the weapon to drop, you can also get this from the secret chests found in the Dungeon, so there’s more places to get it if you need to.
Let me know what you think of Eyasluna and how does it feel compared to other 140 hand cannons.
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