Genshin Impact Yae Miko trailer showcases the divine kitsune

Genshin Impact Yae Miko trailer

HoYoverse have released some new trailers for Genshin Impact Yae Miko trailer, showing off the gacha action-RPG’s upcoming character.

Yae Miko is the Guuji of the Grand Narukami Shrine, as well as the editor-in-chief of Inazuma’s largest publisher, Yae Publishing House. She splits her time between these two important roles in Inazuma’s culture, and is also a close friend of the Raiden Shogun.

Yae Miko was first introduced in Genshin Impact‘s big 2.0 update as one of the key characters in the Inazuma arc of the gacha action-RPG’s ongoing Archon Quest storyline. The much-anticipated character will finally arrive in the upcoming 2.5 update as a 5-star Electro catalyst spellcaster.

Here’s the new Genshin Impact Yae Miko trailer:

Yae Miko will be the highlight of the Everbloom Violet limited time character wish event, the first banner of 2.5. The banner will also feature the 4-star characters Thoma, Diona, and Fischl.

The Everbloom Violet banner will be accompanied by a new Epitome Invocation. This weapon banner will include the brand new 5-star catalyst Kagura’s Verity, as well as the 5-star sword Primordial Jade Cutter, and the 4-star weapons Wavebreaker’s Fin, Sacrificial Sword, Rainslasher, Eye of Perception, and The Stringless.

The first half of the 2.5 update will include Yae Miko’s story quest, the continuation of Raiden Shogun’s story quest, and the Three Realms Gateway Offering event. During this new event, players will get to explore the darkest depths of Enkanomiya, using Light Realm Sigils to upgrade their Bokuso Box. This event will reward players with the exclusive Oathsworn Eye Catalyst, a Crown of Insight, upgrade materials, and Primogems.

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 review here (we recommend it!)

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