Genshin Impact Update 3.5 Leak: Two New Claymores Revealed for Dehya and Mika's Arrival

Genshin Impact Update 3.5 Leak: Two New Claymores Revealed for Dehya and Mika’s Arrival

Two new weapons that will be included in version 3.5 of Genshin Impact are shown in a recent leak. According to the game’s official social media sites, the next update will include two new characters: Dehya and Mika.

In the Sumeru arc, Dehya had a significant part to play. She was portrayed as a fierce warrior who mostly used the claymore. She is believed to be a new five-star character in Genshin Impact, whereas Mika will most likely be a lower four-star rarity.

On the Genshin Impact Leaks subreddit, a fresh leak depicts two new claymores that are slated to debut on the live servers in the coming weeks. The first item, Beacon of the Reed Sea, will be the hallmark weapon of the new Pyro claymore character Dehya. The five-star claymore will feature the following stats, according to the leak:

  • Weapon type: Claymore
  • Rarity: Five-star weapon
  • Base Attack: 608
  • Secondary stat: Crit Rate
  • Secondary stat max. value: 33.1%
  • Passive: After an Elemental Skill strikes an opponent, the weapon holder’s ATK increases by 20% for 8 seconds. Taking damage increases ATK by 20% for the same amount of time. These two effects are active even while the character is not on the field. Furthermore, if the weapon bearer is not shielded, their maximum HP will be enhanced by 32%.

Many comments believe that this five-star weapon would be ideal for Dehya’s distinct play style since prior leaks showed that she will be the game’s first bruiser-like character. To gain from the HP bonus, players should avoid using a shielder in their team composition. Mailed Flower, the four-star weapon, will have the following stats:

  • Weapon type: Claymore
  • Rarity: Four-star weapon
  • Base Attack: 565
  • Secondary stat: Elemental Mastery
  • Secondary stat max. value: 110
  • Passive: When an Elemental Skill strikes an opponent or causes an Elemental Reaction, the weapon bearer gains 24% ATK and 96 EM for 8 seconds.

Even while many fans seem to be quite eager about the four-star claymore, they don’t appreciate the idea that they must go to three distinct places to gather the ascension ingredients. Some gamers believe the weapon will be useful for a new character called Kaveh, who is set to join the roster in a few months.

The fact that both weapons are now in the beta stage indicates that Genshin Impact version 3.5 will include them. The new update should be available around March 5, according to HoYoverse’s typical update timetable.

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