A recent Genshin Impact leak confirms the gacha banners for the upcoming Version 4.4, featuring three re-runs alongside new character Xianyun.
- Version 4.4 of Genshin Impact will bring Xianyun as the game’s newest five-star unit, alongside re-runs of Nahida, Xiao, and Yae Miko
- Xianyun is expected to synergize well with Xiao in Genshin Impact teams with both characters’ gameplay focused around Plunging Attacks.
- Version 4.4 is also expected to add a new location to Genshin Impact‘s map with Liyue’s Chenyu Vale alongside new enemies.
A new leak from Genshin Impact has confirmed the finalized banner order for Version 4.4, expected to bring a pair of new characters alongside several re-runs. Version 4.4’s debut will reportedly introduce a plethora of new content to the massively popular RPG, featuring both a new area to explore and new enemies to challenge. The update is heavily rumored to add the “Chenyu Vale” sub-region of Liyue to the in-game map, introducing a new village to the China-themed region and connecting the region to Fontaine. Version 4.4 is also expected to bring plenty of popular characters with its banners.
With the release of Version 4.3 last week, HoYoverse confirmed the two new characters that will be coming to Genshin Impact with the following Version 4.4 update. Xianyun will join Genshin Impact as Version 4.4’s featured five-star character, coming as the long-awaited playable version of Liyue adeptus Cloud Retainer. The update will also add Gaming as a new four-star Pyro unit, previously leaked through teased concept art referred to as “Lion Dance Boy.” Now, a trio of fan-favorite characters from multiple regions are set to join the update as re-runs.
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A recent leak shared by prominent Genshin Impact leaker Full Stop Chan has confirmed the banner order for Genshin Impact‘s Version 4.4. According to the leak, Xianyun will run as expected during the first half of Version 4.4, joined by a re-run of Sumeru’s Dendro Archon Nahida alongside new four-star character Gaming. The second half of Version 4.4 will reportedly feature re-runs of Liyue adeptus Xiao and the return of Inazuma’s Narukami Shrine head Yae Miko. Version 4.4 is currently expected to be released on January 31.
Genshin Impact Version 4.4 Gacha Banners
- Xianyun: Five-star Anemo Catalyst character
- Nahida: Five-star Dendro Catalyst character
- Gaming: Four-star Pyro Claymore character
- Xiao: Five-star Anemo Polearm character
- Yae Miko: Five-star Electro Catalyst character
Version 4.4’s rumored gacha banners feature a particular character boasting excellent synergy with the game’s newest five-star unit. Xianyun’s release within Genshin Impact will see her debut as an Anemo Catalyst user with a kit focused around boosting Plunging Attack damage and increasing jump height. Xiao, first released during Version 1.3, serves as one of Genshin Impact‘s main Plunging Attack-focused DPS units, commonly seen as a top damage character for Anemo teams. Yae Miko also offers strong off-field damage with her Electro totems, working to benefit the Anemo element’s Swirl elemental reaction.
Xianyun’s impending release in Version 4.4 comes as a plethora of future characters coming to Genshin Impact have already been teased. The main story of the Fontaine region showed multiple upcoming characters, including both Champion Duelist Clorinde and the highly-anticipated Fatui Harbinger Arlecchino. Version 4.3’s main event also introduces players to Inazuma’s Chiori, heavily speculated to become playable during a future update. Version 4.4’s gacha banners look packed with plenty of powerful characters for players to acquire.
Genshin Impact is an open-world RPG made by MiHoYo. Focusing on the interactions between seven elements, Genshin Impact is a free-to-play gacha game with a host of characters, weapons, regions, and more.
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