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Double Vision
Double Vision
Type: Active
Quality: D Quality Item
Sell Creep Price: 16 Money
Floor Dmg
1 200
Oub 266.66
2 260
Abbey 333.32
3 320
4 370
5/6 420
Duration: 10 seconds
Ammonomicon Entry
One For Each Of You
Temporarily doubles gun output.

The favored brew of Two-Shot Erias. During her time in the Gungeon, she claimed that drinking before a gunfight would double her effectiveness in combat, but for obvious reasons was not taken too seriously. Perhaps there was some truth in her tales.

Double Vision is an active item.

Effects[ | ]

  • While active, doubles the player's fired bullets, reducing accuracy in the process.

Notes[ | ]

  • Synergy Dwarven Stout - If the player also has Stout Bullets, Double Vision will triple shots fired instead of double.
  • Synergy Five O'Clock Somewhere - If the player also has Crestfaller, reloading will fire a glass bottle that has a chance to stun enemies hit. Reloading Crestfaller while standing on a liquid replenishes the ammo missing in the current magazine, similar to Gungine.
  • Synergy Special Reserve - If the player also has the Molotov Launcher, Molotovs create green pools of fire, which do not harm the player and permanently light enemies on fire.
  • This item also works while playing Winchester's minigame.
  • If you have multiple active items, switching off Double Vision while active will end the effect prematurely.
  • The two bullets fired can be desynced by using the item while the current gun is in-between shots. This is easiest to achieve with slow firing weapons like Sniper Rifle or A.W.P..
  • When paired with Backup Gun, it fires three shots forwards and one backwards, as opposed to the two forwards and two backwards that one would expect.

Trivia[ | ]

  • This item is a reference to the 1993 film Tombstone, in which Doc Holliday, drunk, pulls out a second gun after being called too drunk to fight.
  • This item might also be a reference to the "Drunk Missile" from Rise of the Triad.
  • The synergy Synergy Dwarven Stout may be a reference to the alcoholic beverage of the same name in the video game RuneScape.
  • The synergy Synergy Five O'Clock Somewhere references the Jimmy Buffet song of the same name.

See also[ | ]