A Genshin Impact player prouves why the popular 1:2 criteria ratio isn't that important

A Genshin Impact player prouves why the popular 1:2 criteria ratio isn't that important ...

Variables depending on the role within a team may be made in Genshin Impact. Each character has a wide range of offensive and defensive traits that have a significant impact on their performances on the battlefield.

Two of those figures appear to be significant, primarily when constructing DPS characters in Genshin Impact. Crit Damage and Crit Rate are the two things most players want to know when it comes to farming for artifact items.

The character meta has changed numerous times, although most of the unwritten guidelines when it comes to building characters have remained unchanged. One of the common methods is that the ratio between Crit Rate and Crit Damage should always be 1:2. Crit Damage is the amount of additional damage that will be dealt by landing a critical hit. Reddit user newplayer135 has an impressive chart showing that the 1:2 rule should not be as strict as it is currently in the industry.

The Redditor claims that any character build in Genshin Impact should have a 75 Crit Rate and a 150 Crit Damage. This is, however, unsignificant compared to the grind that goes into farming to achieve these statistics. The chart also shows that even if players go for 35 Crit Rate and a 230 Crit Damage, a character will deal only 15% less damage than the perfect ratio. Another significant mistake is sacrificing other stats like Attack in order to achieve the correct ratio.

At the moment, other aspects of Elemental Mastery or Energy Recharge are largely ignored, partly because players concentrate on getting large damage numbers on their screens rather than performing better in the long run. However, things may change in the near future as recent Genshin Impact leaks revealed that some upcoming Dendro elemental reactions align with Elemental Mastery.

The fact that getting the perfect artifact is almost impossible due to the multiple RNG layers in Genshin Impact, one of the highlights of the upcoming Dendro element will make it even harder to get the exact type of elemental damage on the Goblet pieces.

Genshin Impact is now available on PC, PS4, PS5, and mobile devices. A Switch version is currently in development, but there is no confirmed release date.