Destiny 2 1,000 Yard Stare Guide – God Roll & How to Get It

Destiny 2 1,000 Yard Stare Guide – God Roll & How to Get It

The Bungie 30th Anniversary Event is now live, which means a slew of new Destiny 2 content is on the way. Players can also explore the new Grasp of Avarice dungeon set in the fabled loot cave, which includes a six-player matchmade activity.

Users can also unlock or purchase a variety of new armor and weapons in the Eververse store, all of which are linked to the developer’s history.

Of course, all you care about are the new weapons and armor pieces you’ll be able to obtain. While the new Dares of Eternity game mode has some interesting guns, one of the most sought-after PVP weapons from the original Destiny returns.

This Adaptive Frame sniper rifle, dubbed “1,000 Yard Stare,” has some nice PVP features, but PVE fans may be disappointed. Here’s how to get this weapon and what perks you should look for.

Destiny 2 1,000 Yard Stare Guide – God Roll & How to Get It

How to Get 1,000 Yard Stare in Destiny 2?

You’ll need to enter the Grasp of Avarice dungeon if you want to get the 1,000 Yard Stare. After defeating Captain Avarokk, the final boss, you might get this sniper as a reward.

After defeating him, players will receive two loot drops, one of which may be the 1,000 Yard Stare. You’ll have three chances to get the 1,000 Yard Stare (one for each character). If you defeat Captain Avarokk three times a week, you will receive six total rewards.

Remember that 1,000 Yard Stare can be given out as a reward in either of the two secret chests once it drops for you. These can be found in the large circular room right before the stairwell with the barrel attempting to crush you and in the left eye socket of the giant crystal skull after the Sparrow race.

These chests only contain items that you’ve already found in the Grasp of Avarice dungeon. Furthermore, if you choose to grind the final boss encounter, keep in mind that he will only reward you with dungeon gear if this isn’t your first time defeating Captain Avarokk on that character.

1,000 Yard Stare God Rolls

Destiny 2 1,000 Yard Stare Guide – God Roll & How to Get It

1,000 Yard Stare PVE God Roll

  • Fluted Barrel
  • Tactical Mag
  • Triple Tap
  • Demolitionist or Golden Tricorn

There aren’t many exciting options for 1,000 Yard Stare’s PVE roll, especially if you want to use it in Master-tier content. Fluted Barrel, on the other hand, will greatly improve this sniper’s handling stat while also providing a nice boost to stability.

Tactical Mag is our next choice, which not only increases our reload speed but also gives us more ammo in the magazine. Don’t feel bad if you end up with Appended Mag as an alternative.

The only perk we really recommend in the first primary perk slot is Triple Tap. This allows us to fire more rounds at an enemy without having to reload, increasing our overall damage against larger targets such as bosses or Champions.

Due to the lack of a Firing Line or Vorpal Weapon perk for this gun, we’ll have to make do with some underwhelming secondary perks. Demolitionist and Golden Tricorn are both good choices, but if you just want a good damage option, go with the latter.

Golden Tricorn can have some fun synergies with grenades while also increasing the damage of your firearm. Again, it’s not the best perk for a sniper rifle, and there are better options available elsewhere.

1,000 Yard Stare PVP God Roll

  • Arrowhead Brake
  • Accurized Rounds
  • Quickdraw
  • Snapshot Sights or Moving Target

It’s for this reason that people are grinding for 1,000 Yard Stare, which has a wacky PVP roll. I recommend Arrowhead Brake for the barrel to help control recoil while increasing our handling stat.

Fluted Barrel is another great option if you’re using a mouse and keyboard and don’t need as much recoil control.

To increase our effective range, we naturally want Accurized Rounds in the magazine slot. While you may not require it, I prefer to have consistency with a sniper rifle in order to ensure that I can kill someone at any range.

You absolutely need Quickdraw to help you pull this weapon out quickly while running around the map for the primary perks. When combined with Snapshot Sights, you’ll have a sniper rifle that you can quickly pull out, aim, and eliminate enemies with.

It’s ideal for those who are confident in their aim and can dispatch opponents quickly. If this isn’t your cup of tea, try Moving Target or even Mulligan instead.

Well, that’s all we have here about how you can get 1,000 Yard Stare in Destiny 2. We hope this guide helped you.

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