The Raiden Shogun’s kit was leaked shortly after miHoYo announced the Raiden Shogun’s release with Genshin Impact Version 2.1, which means we now know more about the Electro Archon’s weapon, elemental skill, burst, and constellations.
Abc64, a reliable leaker, just revealed that they will be taking a vacation from releasing “Genshin Impact” content, but they have left fans with “one final gift” that exposes the features of the future playable character Raiden Shogun. Her presence in the game has been known for some time, but the creators have remained tight-lipped about her abilities.
Raiden Shogun is now confirmed to be a 5-star Polearm character with a maximum stamina of 240, thanks to the new leaks. Raidenbreath has also released the vessel of Baal’s full abilities set, which shows that her Normal Attack contains five consecutive spear strikes. The future playable character “Genshin Impact” will also have a Charged Attack that allows her to unleash an upward slash, but it will deplete some of her Stamina. Raiden’s Plunging Attack allows her to dive from mid-air, aiming for the ground beneath her and damaging opponents in the process.
In version 2.0, miHoYo unlocked the Inazuma region, thus “Genshin Impact” fans can expect other destinations to be included in future releases. Watasumi is one of the new areas planned to be featured in version 2.1. Given that Inazuma is mostly surrounded by bodies of water, it’s not surprise that fishing mechanics are being developed.
While the aforementioned leakers have a good track record, it’s worth mentioning that the majority of the information provided came from a beta version of “Genshin Impact” patch 2.1. That means that some of the content reported may not make it into the final version of the next update due to circumstances beyond the sources’ control, so fans should take it with a grain of salt.
It will also take some time for “Genshin Impact” version 2.1 to be launched. Early September is when the next major patch is planned to be released.
Genshin Impact can be played on mobile phones (ios and android), PCs and Playstation.