Unlock Your Adventure: Genshin Impact Update 3.4 Five-Star Wish List Revealed!

Genshin Impact Update 3.4: To see which of the five-star characters have gone the longest without an update, look no further than this handy Genshin Impact chart.

HoYoverse, the game’s developer, regularly releases updates every 6-7 weeks that add new content like playable characters, weapons, events, and even whole new regions.

Each patch has two cycles of banners, each with a unique roster of exclusive heroes and weapons. New Anemo users Wanderer and Faruzan have been added to the ongoing Genshin Impact update version 3.3.

Arataki Itto, Kamisato Ayato, and Raiden Shogun are just three of the many popular five-star characters who got their own reruns in version 3.4.

Genshin Impact Update 3.4
Genshin Impact Update 3.4

An interesting chart by Reddit user RapidFresh ranks characters by the number of updates they have missed after the recent live stream event for Genshin Impact update 3.4 confirmed the upcoming five-star characters.

HoYoverse announced that Pyro user Hu Tao, who last appeared on a banner in November 2021, will get a second chance at fame. Since Eula, a character in Cryo claymore, has neglected to receive the last 10 updates, including the forthcoming version 3.4, she now holds the record.

She is not only the character with the highest recorded damage number in Genshin Impact but also one of the strongest DPS characters. While Eula is a member of the tyrannical Lawrence Clan, she severed ties with them in order to lead the Reconnaissance Company for Mondstadt’s Knights of Favonious.

Eula’s kit allows for greater variety in team composition than that of most DPS characters in Genshin Impact due to her focus on Physical damage. Second on the roster is Shenhe, a Cryo user who has been around since update 2.4, when the city held its annual Lantern Rite festival.

Shenhe is a specialized support character who thrives in a team full of Cryo heroes. Her Elemental Skill’s damage buffs are conditional on players inflicting Cryo damage. The third character on the list, Kamisato Ayaka, has long been a favorite of the fandom and works well with Shenhe.

Although her banner re-run is still the most successful ever, the three-week delay that occurred during update 2.6 greatly inflated the numbers. As a Cryo user, Ayaka excels at dealing elemental damage and, as a result, favors the sword Mistsplitter Reforged.

Genshin Impact is out now for mobile devices, computers, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5. A Switch port is currently in the works.

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