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Genshin Impact Eula: Flickering Candlelight Character Demo

Genshin Impact Eula gameplay

MiHoYo have released a gameplay character demo for Eula Lawrence, an upcoming character for free-to-play gacha action RPG Genshin Impact.

As previously reported, Eula is a descendant of the infamous Lawrence clan who once ruled over Mondstadt. Despite being scorned by those around her, she feels she is divorced from the sins of her ancestors, and joined the Knights of Favonius, the very knights that formed after the aristocracy was overthrown. She quickly became the captain of the Reconnaissance Company.

However, Eula is also seeking revenge against the descendants of the Gunnhildr and Ragnvindr clans that overthrew the Lawrence clan. Yet, she has shown kindness and honor as a knight. This has blurred the lines of how or if she will go about her revenge.

This five-star Claymore-wielding Cryo user is a burst damage dealer. Her Elemental Skill build stacks of “Grimheart,” reducing the physical damage and the likelihood of interruption for a time. She can also spend these stacks to launch an AoE cryo attack that reduces foes’ defense and resistance.

Her Elemental Burst summons her Lightfall Sword, being charged as she uses normal attacks and Elemental Skill. After seven seconds, it explodes and deals physical damage based on the charge.

Eula shows off her fancy footwork in her new gameplay trailer; not just with actual dancing thanks to her noble upbringing and the Flickering Candlelight dance, but her deft movements despite her almighty claymore The Glacial Seal. You can find the Eula: Flickering Candlelight gameplay trailer below.

Eula will be available May 18th via the Born of the Ocean Swell Event Wish.

Genshin Impact is available and free-to-play on Windows PC (via the official website), PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Android, iOS, and coming soon to Nintendo Switch. In case you missed it, you can find our review here (we recommend it!)

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