Destiny 2

How to Get Eyasluna in Destiny 2 and Its God Roll

How to Get Eyasluna in Destiny 2 and Its God Roll

With Bungie’s 30th Anniversary in full swing, fans of Destiny 2 have a chance of getting new items and content in the game. One of the items that have made a comeback is the Eyasluna, which was also available during The Taken King expansion. In this guide, we will see how to get the Eyasluna in Destiny 2 and its God Roll.

How to Get Eyasluna in Destiny 2 and Its God Roll

The Eyasluna is a recurring weapon and was available during the previous expansion of Destiny 2. This 140 RPM hand cannon is perfect for making a Stasis build as it has very valuable perks in it, like the Headstone perk, which gives the Eyasluna the power to spawn Stasis crystals when you aim the weapon at enemies. Here we will see how to get the Eyasluna and its God Roll in Destiny 2.

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The only way you can get the Eyasluna is when you purchase the 30th Anniversary pack. This is because the Eyasluna is only available if you venture deep into the Grasp of Avarice dungeon. 

If you have the 30th Anniversary pack to get the Eyasluna along with the other weapons, the Eyasluna Hand Cannon is almost on par with the Palindrome. Although both the hand cannons are at 140 RPM, the Eyasluna has better reload speed, range, and stability. It also carried an additional extra round more than the Palindrome. As for perks, the Eyasluna is great in both PvE and PvP.

PvE God Roll Perks:

  • Steadyhand HCS
  • Armor-Piercing Rounds
  • Perpetual Motion
  • Headstone

PvP God Roll Perks:

  • Steadyhand HCS
  • Ricochet Rounds
  • Perpetual Motion
  • Moving Target

The introduction of the Perpetual Motion perk grants increased handling, reload speed, and stability while in motion. Ricochet Rounds and Steadhand HCS go together in increasing Eyasluna’s stability and handling and also synergizes well with Moving Target. This hand cannon is great for any Guardian who is looking to remain mobile in combat and deadly at the same time.

That’s all there is to know about the Eyasluna and how to get it in Destiny 2. If you liked this you can check around our other guides as well.

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