Genshin Impact 1.7 Update Leaks: Yoimiya, Aya, Sayu, Electro-Traveler and a new unknown character.
The leaks for Genshin Impact 1.7 have revealed several new characters that will be introduced after Kazuha's release.
In this article, you will learn more about characters such as Ayaka, Sayu, and the Electro Traveler, who will appear after the release of Inazuma.
Ayaka's banner will be released immediately after Kazuha.
There are rumors in the Genshin Impact community that Ayaka and Yoimiya will be the characters that come after Kazuha's banner.
In turn, Ayaka's constellations have undergone some changes, although the exact extent of these updates is unknown. It is believed that it could either be a significant increase in damage, similar to Xiao and Hu Tao, or a change in mechanics, like Ganyu or Childe. In this case, we'll have to wait as detailed information is still unavailable.
Sayu and Yoimiya Banner in Genshin Impact 1.7
Who is Sayu: Character Description
Genshin Impact 1.7 leaks also mention several other upcoming characters, such as Sayu, Yoimiya, and an unknown 4-star character who is believed to be Tohma.
Sayu is a 4-star Anemo user with a unique playstyle (a character with a child's body who wields a large weapon). It is said that her Elemental Skill unleashes a rapid burst of Anemo damage upon activation and, when held, allows her to transform into a small ball that rolls across the battlefield.
Her Elemental Burst is similar to Diona's Burst - she throws a Panda Daruma, creating an area that heals teammates and deals Anemo damage to nearby enemies.
You can find more details about Yoimiya in this article.
Leaks about the Electro Traveler
Several sources state that this character will become one of the most powerful heroes in the game. They will likely be featured in one of the banners in the 1.7 update. Which specific banner is still unknown.
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