With The Witch Queen's release well behind us, players stuck around Destiny 2 are getting rewarded with more and more challenging activities to tackle, such as Trials of Osiris, Iron Banner, and GM Nightfalls.
Part of what makes banging your head into a wall while trying to complete high-end PvE activities worthwhile is the exclusive slew of rewards available, with the Eyasluna Hand Cannon being among the best.
The explosive 140 RPM Hand Cannon has seen a resurgence now that we've entered that timeframe in which all Destiny 2 tryhards are attempting flawless Trials runs or beating GM Nightfalls.
Where to farm Eyasluna Hand Cannon in Destiny 2
To get the Eyesluna in Destiny 2, you'll need to complete the Grasp of Avarice dungeon that was introduced with Bungie's 30th Anniversary late in 2021.
Dungeons are raid-like activities designed for a fireteam of three players, making the process of finding people to play a lot easier, considering they don't have any sort of matchmaking.
Of course, some are doable solo, and the most hardcore of Guardians have actually cleared it by themselves. If you're a newer player or take a more casual approach, chances are trying this will end up being a complete waste of time.
Dungeons have different loot, such as weapons or armour, drop from certain encounters, and Grasp of Avarice is no different. The Eyasluna Hand Cannon only drops from completing the final boss of the dungeon.
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Note that getting an Eyasluna is not guaranteed but the final boss always drops double the loot. Furthermore, the activity is farmable, meaning you can get multiple weapons and gear each week.
Eyasluna God Roll
There is no shortage of great 140 RPM Hand Cannons out there, but Eyasluna remains one of the top picks in this category thanks to its vast perk pool.
While primarily a PvP option, Eyasluna can work wonderfully in certain PvE activities. Sadly, the HC doesn't boast any Origin Traits which are a new addition to Destiny 2 with The Witch Queen. Hopefully, Bungie can update the gun in upcoming seasons.
These are the perks you should be looking out for:
- First Column - Rapid Hit, Outlaw, Perpetual Motion
- Second Column - Headstone, Demolitionist, Kill Clip
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