In Destiny 2, the MIDA Multi-Tool is a classic scout rifle that has made a comeback with Beyond Light. It’s gradually becoming a go-to tool for players in PVP wars, thanks to improved target assisting. Although it may not be the best Scout Rifle available, it is unquestionably one of the most dangerous in close-quarters combat.
The Catalyst MIDA Multi-Tool enhances the weapon’s capabilities. However, it’s one of the more difficult Catalysts to find in the game, making some players wonder if it’s even worth it. Here’s what the MIDA Multi-Tool Catalyst does and where you can find it so you can make your own decision.
What Does It Do?
The arm comes with the perk Outlaw thanks to the MIDA Multi-Tool Catalyst. Outlaw only has one effect:
- Reduce reload speed after a Precision shot.
It may not sound like much, but the ability to shoot faster due to a slower reload pace may make a significant difference in DPS in critical battles. It still takes good aiming from the player to trigger, but thanks to the aiming assist buff, it’s a lot easier now.
Where Do I Get It?
It can be difficult to obtain the MIDA Multi-Tool Catalyst. The MIDA Multi-Tool Catalyst is a random decrease from Glory Rank 3 Fabled and higher. The odds of winning each match on the Competitive playlist are listed below.
- Glory Rank 3 Fabled: 5% chance.
- Glory Rank 4 Mythic: 5% – 10% chance.
- Glory Rank 5 Legend: Guaranteed
To obtain the MIDA Multi-Tool Catalyst, players must literally grind out Competitive playlist matches on at least Glory Rank 3 Fabled.
Myth About Clan Bonus
Catalyst Seeker was a Clan Perk available in Season of the Undying. When playing with clanmates, this bonus will increase the drop rate of catalysts gained through Crucible wins. It would give the player a 5% – 20% boost depending on their Glory Rank for MIDA Multi-Tool Catalyst falling at the time.
In Season of the Chosen, the perk is no longer available. There don’t seem to be any current perks that raise the likelihood of the MIDA Multi-tool Catalyst falling. In this season, joining and fighting with a clan will not increase the chances of a decrease.
Obviously, the higher your ranking, the less likely you are to experience a drop. However, it will only surface after a complete victory. Although the odds are better at Glory Rank 4 Mythic, if you’re having trouble winning consistently, you may be better off grinding Glory Rank 3 Fabled.
Even if the clan bonus isn’t available, there’s still a compelling argument to be made for joining one. For the MIDA Multi-Tool Catalyst to drop, the player will have to grind a lot of Crucible matches. Finding a professional clan that is dedicated to this grind will make the process a lot easier. Especially if they can help you get to Glory Rank 5 Legend, where the drop is assured, but finding a clan that can do this isn’t easy.
To completely upgrade the Catalyst, the player will need to grind out 200 Precision kills in Crucible. Simply put, if a player wants to play a lot of Crucible matches, tracking down and updating the MIDA Multi-Tool Catalyst is a good idea. It’s probably not worth it if the player has a stronger weapon or isn’t really interested in PVP.