Liben to Become a Playable Character in Genshin Impact

Liben to Become a Playable Character in Genshin Impact ...

The Genshin Impact characters are certainly one of the main elements of the game for a majority of players. The game also features a wide variety of anime-inspired characters, all of whom are equipped with different weapons and elements.

The actual Genshin Impact version 2.6 has introduced a new five-star character named Kamisato Ayato, who was part of the first banner cycle. Developer HoYoverse has already confirmed the two characters that will arrive in the upcoming update 2.6, Yelan and Kuki Shinobu.

Ezyo-Of-Reddit said that it was useful to include Liben to the roster of playable characters, and the post on the Genshin Impact subreddit has garnered enormous attention in the game''s community. Liben is an event-exclusive NPC who acts during the popular Genshin Impact Marvelous Merchandise event, a recurring activity in which players may trade specific items for Primogems and other rewards. The majority of gamers celebrate whenever Marvelous

With the Reddit thread gathering over 1k upvotes, many fans are adamant about the idea of Liben becoming a new playable Genshin Impact character. Despite the fact that he has a strong physique and is one of the game''s finest character models, Liben is also a very strong player.

Liben is not the only NPC that players want to see in the playable roster. While many names are mentioned in the comment section, one character has been on the wish list for a very long time. Baizhu is the owner of the popular Bubu Pharmacy, and he is well known for always having a white snake wrapped around his neck.

Liben appeared in the game quite recently as part of the third phase of the current version, 2.6. This event is a result of the Genshin Impact update delayed, which has previously stated that the delay will last for three weeks, meaning that 2.7 should probably arrive at the start of next month.

Genshin Impact is now available on mobile devices, including smartphones, tablets, and PlayStation 5. A Switch version is currently in development, but there has been no confirmed release date.