Eternity’s Gate

The Starfield Eternity’s Gate is a unique Particle Beam Rifle with a high rate of fire and output of damage.

The Starfield Eternity’s Gate Particle Beam Rifle is a unique weapon that deals both physical and energy damage, making it a very versatile weapon indeed. It deals 17 physical damage, and 50 energy damage, giving a total output of 67 damage to enemies without either resistance.

Eternity’s Gate overview

The Starfield Eternity’s Gate is a Particle Beam Rifle found in the Settled Systems. Manufactured by an unknown entity, the Eternity’s Gate Starfield weapon has a credit value of 11249, and a mass of 5.1.

Fire rate: 25

Range: 60

Accuracy: 81.60%

The Eternity’s Gate has a baseline fire rate of 25, though the speed at which you reload will ultimately determine how close you can get to this rate of fire. Accuracy determines the spread of your gun, with lower accuracy weapons having more spread than others. Some ammunition and magazine weapon mods can drastically alter the rate of fire, accuracy and effective range of any weapon, so it’s worth experimenting with the Eternity’s Gate weapon mods to make the Particle Beam Rifle better fit your playstyle.

Without modification, Eternity’s Gate comes with 6 mod slots.

Eternity’s Gate ammo

The Eternity’s Gate requires Heavy Fuse ammunition, and has a magazine capacity of 20.

Where to find Eternity’s Gate

You can find base and upgraded versions of the Eternity’s Gate randomly in a number of containers, as loot from defeated enemies, and in several NPC inventories. Bear in mind, many weapons will not spawn unless you have reached a specific Starfield level. So, if you visit any of the below and can’t find the weapon, check back later once you’re a higher level.

You can purchase or find the Eternity’s Gate in the following Starfield locations:

It is currently unknown where this weapon can be found.

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