Genshin Impact Confirms Three Re-runs for Version 3.5
on 2023/02/23 03:13
Genshin Impact's recent Special Program officially confirms which three characters will get a re-run within the upcoming version 3.5.
Genshin Impact's official live stream event for that upcoming update 3.5 has confirmed the 3 characters that will get a re-run within the upcoming weeks. The Special Program also confirmed the arrival of the new five-star character named Dehya, who's scheduled for that first area of the update.
HoYoverse says Dehya will join the Standard Banner after Genshin Impact update 3.6 arrives meaning players can obtain a new five-star Pyro user by pulling around the Standard Banner or by losing a 50/50 on the regular Limited Character Banner. Re-runs allow players to drag for characters they may have missed in the past and every banner cycle usually contains a minimum of one re-run.
Genshin Impact's recent Special Program event for update 3.5 has confirmed which three characters will get re-runs within the next version of the game. The first banner cycle includes the new five-star Pyro user Dehya and also the Electro polearm character Cyno. Both characters possess a similar play style that revolves around using buffs using their Elemental Bursts to manage tons of damage. Cyano, also called General Mahamantra, is recognized as a "selfish DPS" the industry-specific kind of character that's useful only if they are around the field. Once he gets exchanged, the result of Cyno's Sacred Rite: Wolf’s Swiftness gets cut short.
The second banner cycle includes two five-star Cryo characters, Kamisato Ayaka and Shenhe. Ayaka has become the strongest DPS character in Genshin Impact, a minimum of when it comes to dealing elemental damage making her an ideal choice for that Permafreeze team composition. This team involves constantly triggering Frozen which completely immobilizes enemies for a while of time, allowing players to reposition.
This implies that Ayaka can function great together with her brother Kamisato Ayato, who had been featured in the previous update where she was placed alongside Raiden Shogun. Shenhe and Ayaka have great synergy since Shenhe's whole kit depends on having Cryo characters within their party. There is a lot of hype around Shenhe's re-run since her last appearance was in update 2.4 which dropped more than a year ago.
The second area of the update will even include the brand new four-star character Mika, who's confirmed to become a Cryo polearm character. Mika is a new supportive character that can heal his associates as well as improve their overall damage potential.
Genshin Impact can be obtained now for PC, PS4, PS5, and cellular devices. A Switch version is in development.