The Genshin Impact Leak Indicates Re-runs of the Zhongli and Ganyu Banners

The Genshin Impact Leak Indicates Re-runs of the Zhongli and Ganyu Banners ...

Genshin Impact has introduced an interesting habit of re-running a character with two re-runs in one update. For example, the current Tapestry of Golden Flames banner allows players to opt for the popular Pyro bow user, Yoimiya.

Genshin Impact Version 3.0 will reportedly be a week shorter than usual updates, according to recent reports, which makes sense if HoYoverse wants a new update to arrive on the same day as her second anniversary. A popular leaker revealed which five-star characters will be featured on the upcoming banners.

SaveYourPrimos, a popular leaker, has revealed that the upcoming double banner will include re-runs for two popular characters: Zhongli and Ganyu. Only one new five-star character will be revealed in the game, as this might be HoYoverse's approach to returning the game to its previous state.

Previous reports indicated that the first Sumeru update would probably have three separate banner cycles, with Tighnari, Zhongli, and Ganyu receiving their own limited banners. However, this would not be the first time that Genshin Impact Version 1.3 placed Xiao, Keqing, and Hu Tao in three separate parts of the update.

Zhongli and Ganyu are S-tier characters, having previously appeared on a double banner during 2.4. Ganyu is considered one of, if not the finest DPS characters in Genshin Impact, because she has a unique Charged Attack that allows her to wreak havoc.

Tighnari will not be the only new character to appear in the first Sumeru update as the game's official social media accounts already confirmed two four-star characters, Collei and Dori. In fact, Collei has been a part of Genshin Impact's official manga for a very long time. According to recent beta leaks, she has a unique kit that allows for continual Dendro application.

Genshin Impact is now available on PS5, PS4, PC, Android, and iOS. A Nintendo Switch version is currently in development.