Candace, Cyno, and Nilou Game Character Art for Genshin Impact Revealed

The enigmatic Sumeru region will finally be revealed on August 24 with the release of the latest big update for Genshin Impact. Three new characters—Tighnari, Collei, and Dori—as well as the eagerly anticipated Dendro element will be included in the most recent release.
Genshin Impact has already unveiled a few new characters that should appear in version 3.1, despite the fact that the three characters have not yet been released. Three characters, Cyno, Nilou, and Candace, have finally had their splash art shown via the game’s official Twitter account.

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Genshin Impact update 3.1

Despite the lack of official information, Cyno and Nilou are anticipated to be five-star characters whereas Candace will be less rare. Many gamers assumed that the desert regions of Sumeru would be included in the Genshin Impact update 3.1 because the designs of all the characters appear to be based on Middle Eastern and Egyptian traditional clothing. Since he has been mentioned in various leaks since the game first launched in September 2020, Cyno is by far the most well-known of the three characters.

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Genshin Impact have demonstrated that Cyno can dash ahead and do Electro damage because to his elemental skill. Many gamers think that Cyno will be a new DPS character because of the skill’s extremely short cooldown. Nilou, the star of the renowned Zubayr Theater, will reportedly be a new Hydro character, according to one of the tweets.

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Sub-DPS character in Genshin Impact

Despite the fact that Nilou’s weapon is not depicted in the splash graphic, numerous gameplay leaks have established that she will be a new sword character. She can deal Hydro damage with four sword slashes because to her elemental skill. She appears to have somewhat longer cooldowns than Cyno, therefore she will probably be a new support or sub-DPS character in Genshin Impact. A few leaks have also hinted that gamers can make her the primary damage dealer, but they must first unlock all of her constellations in order to do so.

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Genshin Impact version 3.1

A number of comments in the comment area allege that the third character, Candace, is unmistakably modelled after the illustrious Egyptian Queen Cleopatra. Candace is a confirmed Hydro polearm figure. Previous leaks have indicated that Candace would have the ability to build shields, indicating that she will likely be a new support or healer. On the September 28 release of Genshin Impact version 3.1, all three characters are anticipated to appear.

Genshin Impact is available now for PC, PS4, PS5, and mobile devices. A Switch version is in development.

Controversies

The game was previously criticised for having Breath of the Wild-like characteristics when it was first shown at the ChinaJoy convention in 2019. At the conference, Zelda fans made clear gestures toward the Sony booth; one person even destroyed their PlayStation 4 in anger.

Soon after the game’s release, gamers noticed that its kernel-based anti-cheat system would continue to function even when it was closed or uninstalled, leading to fears that malware had been installed by the game. The game reads the contents of users’ clipboards when it first launches, according to some Japanese gamers who were using iOS devices. Both problems were caused by coding faults, according to an announcement from miHoYo, and they have been addressed and remedied.

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Awards

In the App Store Best of 2020 and the 2021 Apple Design Awards for Visuals and Graphics, Apple named Genshin Impact “iPhone Game of the Year.” The game was nominated for “Users’ Choice Game” at the Best of 2020 awards and received Google Play’s “Best Game of 2020” award as well. The title “Game of the Year” was awarded at the 2020 TapTap Game Awards. Additionally, the game was put forward for The Game Awards 2020’s Best RPG and Best Mobile Game awards as well as the Golden Joystick Awards’ Ultimate Game of the Year honour. At The Game Awards 2021, the game won Best Mobile Game and was nominated for Best Ongoing Game.

Commercial performance

The game is anticipated to have made close to $3.7 billion in sales across all platforms by September 2021 (including mobile, console, and computer platforms), which would be a record for any video game’s first year of sales. Over $4.267 billion had been made as of March 2022 thanks to the mobile version’s additional $567 million in revenue between January and March 2022[169].

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