Look, I’ll be the first to say it. Destiny 2’s Eye of Another World looks a little silly, but it’s one of the best Warlock Helms out there. I don’t care that it isn’t meta; it’s occupied a slot in my inventory for well over a year. But many find its Intrinsic Perk confusing. Let me open your eyes… to another world.
What Does Eye of Another World Do in Destiny 2? – Answered
Eye of Another World’s Intrinsic Perk is Cerebral Uplink. This perk highlights priority targets and improves the regeneration speed of your grenades, melee, and Rift abilities. It also provides a small benefit to the airborne effectiveness stat of all weapons.
So, let’s break this perk down.
Highlight Priority Targets – when an enemy is below 50% health, they’ll receive a red outline. Enemy Guardians with their Supers ready to go will be outlined in yellow. This perk also works on enemies who happen to be invisible. Sorry, Stealth Hunters.
Improved Regeneration – The regeneration rate for grenades, melee, and class abilities (in other words, your Rift), receives a 50% additional boost rate. Huge! This I what initially drew me to it.
Airborne Effectiveness – If you examine your weapons, you’ll see that they all have an airborne effectiveness rating. This relates to your accuracy and aim assist while in the air. Eye of Another World grants +15 Airborne Effectiveness.
It’s theorized that, essentially, this Helm adds an unseen +30 to your discipline and Strength, allowing you to regain your abilities faster. All of this combined makes it a fantastic option for most Warlock builds. It only falls short of Nezarec’s Sin if you happen to be using Void, but it’s still a great option.
Added bonus? Wearing it makes you look like the Traveler.