Eyes of Tomorrow: A Destiny 2 Raid Review
Destiny 2’s new Eyes of Tomorrow rocket launcher has been making waves in the gaming community. This powerful weapon has unique perks and capabilities, but how does it perform in the game’s largest raid, Last Wish? In this article, we’ll take a look at the Eyes of Tomorrow’s performance in each encounter of the Last Wish raid and give it an overall ranking.
Introducing the Eyes of Tomorrow
The Eyes of Tomorrow is a new exotic rocket launcher that comes with two unique perks. The intrinsic perk, Eyes on All, allows the weapon to track and fire at multiple targets simultaneously. The second unique perk, Adaptive Ordnance, increases the damage of the next volley after killing four or more combatants in a single volley.
Encounter 1: Kalli
When it comes to the first encounter against Kalli, the Eyes of Tomorrow’s performance is average. The weapon’s damage output against Kalli is significantly lower than against other enemies, making it difficult to one-phase her. However, the team was able to finish her off in the second phase. Overall, the Eyes of Tomorrow gets a 5 out of 10 for this encounter.
Encounter 2: Shuro Chi
In the second encounter against Shuro Chi, the Eyes of Tomorrow shines. The key to success in this encounter is to maintain distance from Shuro Chi, as the rockets need time to prime. When used correctly, the weapon is great at clearing ads and dealing significant damage to Shuro Chi. For this encounter, the Eyes of Tomorrow earns an 8 out of 10.
Encounter 3: Morgeth
Against Morgeth, the Eyes of Tomorrow’s damage output is impressive, but there’s a catch. The weapon’s rockets can explode close to the player, causing self-inflicted damage or death. While the team was able to one-phase Morgeth, the weapon’s practicality is questionable in this encounter. The Eyes of Tomorrow gets a 7 out of 10 for this encounter.
Encounter 4: Vault
The Vault encounter showcases the Eyes of Tomorrow’s potential in regular gameplay. The weapon is capable of one-shotting yellow bar knights, making it incredibly powerful in this encounter. However, the one-shot capability is not always consistent. Overall, the Eyes of Tomorrow earns a 9 out of 10 for the Vault encounter.
Encounter 5: Riven
When it comes to the Riven encounter, the Eyes of Tomorrow’s damage output is inconsistent. While the weapon can deal significant damage, the randomness of the rockets’ trajectory makes it difficult to consistently deal high damage. As a result, the Eyes of Tomorrow gets a 7 out of 10 for this encounter.
Encounter 6: Queenswalk
In the Queenswalk encounter, the Eyes of Tomorrow truly shines. The weapon is excellent at clearing ads and dealing with knights, making it one of the best weapons for this encounter. The Eyes of Tomorrow earns a 9 out of 10 for the Queenswalk encounter.
Considering its performance throughout the Last Wish raid, the Eyes of Tomorrow deserves an overall ranking of 8 out of 10. The weapon excels in encounters like Vault, Shuro Chi, and Queenswalk, but falls short in encounters like Kalli and Riven. Overall, the Eyes of Tomorrow is a fun and powerful weapon to use in Destiny 2.