Two new artefact sets, along with a few new weapons, were recently officially shown during the Genshin Impact 3.0 Special Program Livestream.
During the last Special Program Livestream, the Genshin Impact 3.0 upgrade, The Morn a Thousand Roses Brings, was fully explained.
The upgrade is surely living up to expectations, from the breathtaking panoramic views of Sumeru to the lovely new people the Traveller will meet.
Before the Genshin Impact 3.0 Livestream, several rumours eventually proved to be true about the appearance of new weapons and artefacts.
We’ve listed the weapons and artefacts that will be highlighted in the Genshin Impact 3.0 update below.
Listed below are all the new weapons coming to Genshin Impact Update 3.0:
At level 90, Energy Recharge will reach its maximum value of 30.63%. This craftable claymore is perfect for Claymore users who scale off of Elemental Mastery because it has a base ATK of 564.78 and the same passive effect as the Sapwood Blade.
The effects from obtaining a Leaf of Consciousness do not stack, therefore Genshin Impact players should be careful not to equip both weapons in a team.
Fruit of Fulfilment
Energy Recharge is a substat that the craftable 4-star Catalyst from Sumeru offers, with a level 90 maximum of 45.94 Energy Recharge. With a base attack of 509.61, this weapon has the potential to be very effective in the hands of an experienced Catalyst user. It offers the Wax and Wane passive effect, which activates upon an Elemental Reaction.
Although they lose 5% of their ATK%, the wielder gains 24 Elemental Mastery as a result. A stack of wax and wane can be acquired every three seconds, up to a maximum of five stacks. Every six seconds, these stacks will deteriorate without an elemental reaction being activated. Even when the character is not on the field, they can still accumulate stacks.
The King’s Squire, a bow that grants its user an ATK% substat, is the final 4-star craftable weapon arriving in Sumeru. Along with a 454.36 base ATK, this weapon’s maximum stats are 55.13% ATK% and 55.13% ATK%.
When an elemental skill or burst is used, this weapon’s passive effect activates, boosting the caster’s elemental mastery by 60 for 12 seconds. When characters are switched, this effect is lost, but if it is still in effect, it will deal a nearby opponent 100% of their ATK as DMG.
The Moonpiercer, in contrast to earlier weapons, ascends with Elemental Mastery as its substat, giving its user 110.26 of the potent stat at level 90. Additionally, with a Base ATK of 564.78, it is a strong contender for a polearm.
Its passive ability is comparable to the Sapwood Blade’s, except that it creates a Leaf of Revival rather than a Leaf of Consciousness. The character who picks up this leaf will get 16% ATK for 12 seconds. Every 20 seconds, just one leaf can be formed, and it can be made off-field.
At level 90, this 4-star craftable sword offers 30.63% along with a 564.78 Base Attack and rises with Energy Recharge. After the Burning, Quicken, Aggravate, Spread, Bloom, or Hyperbloom reactions are triggered, the passive on this weapon activates. For a maximum of ten seconds, the passive effect will cause a Leaf of Consciousness to appear everywhere around the user.
The Leaf of Consciousness may only be picked up once every 20 seconds. When picked up, it will provide the character 60 Elemental Mastery for 12 seconds. This is ideal for the new Genshin Impact team lineups because it can happen while the character is off the field.
The Genshin Impact 3.0 update will feature two new Artefact Sets. Amazing stats from the Deepwood Memories and Gilded Dreams Artefact Sets can help a variety of characters. Characters who are Dendro still get a lot from the Deepwood Memories in particular, as they get a 15% Dendro DMG bonus while wearing two pieces.
The Dendro resistance of the intended targets, however, is reduced by 30% for eight seconds after being struck by an elemental Skill or Burst when four pieces are equipped. With just two pieces, the Gilded Dreams set in Genshin Impact boosts Elemental Mastery by an astounding 80%, but with four pieces, it improves even more.
Within eight seconds of using an Elemental Reaction, the equipped character will also receive various bonuses according to the elemental types of their party members. If their Elemental Type matches the equipped character, they will receive an ATK boost of 14% for each party member. If not, they will receive a raise in Elemental Mastery of 50 for each party member.
The maximum number of party members that these buffs will take into account is three, and this effect only occurs once per eight seconds. The character who is equipped can still use this effect off-field. Characters that don’t have the right Artefact Set by the time the Genshin Impact 3.0 update goes live can still use it.
The same is true for characters who scale away from Elemental Mastery, such as Kaedehara Kazuha, Sucrose, Venti, and Diluc. Each of these characters has a special build that makes the most of Elemental Mastery. The availability of these Artefact Sets has not yet been confirmed, so travellers hoping to find a particular set may want to keep an eye out for Deepwood Memories and Gilded Dreams.
Players of Genshin Impact have several new weaponry and artefacts to look forward to when the 3.0 update arrives on Wednesday, 24th August 2022.
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