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Genshin Impact gets new trailer detailing Dori’s abilities

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HoYoverse have released another trailer for Dori, the latest character to be added to their popular gacha action-RPG, Genshin Impact.

Dori is the third and final new character that has been added to Genshin Impact in the big 3.0 update that introduced Sumeru to the game. She is a Mora-obsessed merchant that travels around Sumeru peddling her exotic wares and inventions to the highest bidder in her eternal quest to accumulate wealth. She appeared in the new Sumeru story quests, and is now available as a 4-star Electro support character alongside her claymore-wielding Jinni companion.

Dori’s Elemental Skill fires a burst of Electro energy from her lamp. Upon hitting an enemy, two additional shots appear and track down the nearest foe. Dori also restores Elemental Energy when these follow-up shots hit.

For her Elemental Burst, Dori summons her Jinni companion from its magical lamp. The Jinni will tether itself to your active character, steadily regenerating HP and Elemental Energy based on Dori’s Max HP. In addition to the support, the tether can be used to hit nearby enemies, dealing Electro damage to them.

Finally, Dori’s passive skill gives her a chance to refund a portion of materials used to craft Character and Weapon Enhancement materials.

You can see Dori in action below.

Dori is now available as part of Genshin Impact‘s latest set of limited time character banners. Players can choose to wish for either Ganyu or Sangonomiya Kokomi in the latest batch of rerun banners. Other 4-star characters highlighted in these banners besides Dori include Sucrose and Xingqiu.

Alongside the character banners is a new Epitome Invocation weapon banner that highlights the Amos’ Bow and Everlasting Moonglow, the signature weapons for Ganyu and Kokomi. The banner also includes the 4-star weapons Sacrificial Sword, Favonius Greatsword, Dragon’s Bane, Eye of Perception, and Rust.

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

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