Genshin Impact New Sumeru Characters And Fatui Harbingers Confirmed! Learn More Here

Genshin Impact version 3.0, which debuts the all-new Sumeru region in addition to the Dendro element based on the plant theme, will release sometime in the next few months. And now developer HoYoverse has shared some more details confirming the big launch. So far, HoYoverse has unveiled three of the new Sumeru characters, the Dendro forest watcher Tighnari, the Dendro bow-using ranger Collei, and the Electro claymore-using merchant, Dori. You can view them below.

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HoYoverse has also released a new cinematic trailer, which provides a preview glimpse of all eleven Fatui Harbingers. To wit, the Harbingers are lieutenants for Snezhnaya, a mighty nation that is all the rage across the town but not available for anyone to visit yet. The Harbingers usually play the role of antagonists in Genshin Impact. However, players have only encountered a small contingent of them in person. This marks the first time we get a full view of the whole group. The trailer further elaborates a better look at Collei.

While most of the latest activities belong to the Genshin Impact 3.0 update and beyond, version 2.8 arrives this week, featuring a new 4-star Anemo catalyst-user character Shikanoin Heizou. You can get more detail on Heizou below and the 2.8 updates here.

A young detective from the Tenryou Commission. Free-spirited and unruly, but cheerful and lively. At first glance, Heizou seems like an ordinary young man, but he is actually the undisputed number one detective in the Tenryou Commission. Not only does he possess a imagination, but he also has a mind for meticulous logic and reasoning, as well as an extraordinary sense of intuition when it comes to solving cases

Genshin Impact is out on PS4, PS5, PC, and mobile devices. Version launches on July 13. Based on the release pattern of six weeks between updates, we anticipate version 3.0 to be available in October.