A Genshin Impact fan shares a chart showing the overall revenue figures for the previous double banner that featured Yae Miko and Tartaglia.
a new genshin impact The graph shows the overall revenue generated by the previous double banner that featured Electro user Yae Miko and the 11th Fatui Harbinger Tartaglia. They were also accompanied by a decent four-star lineup that included Pyro poleam user Thoma, Inazuma’s most popular detective Heizou, and Cryo bow character Layla.
Banner repeats allow players to search for more genshin impact characters that might have been lost in the past. Developer HoYoverse has introduced a pattern of including at least one or two iterations in an update. The first part of version 3.2 gave Yoimiya the second iteration of her and she appeared alongside Dendro Archon Nahida.
Reddit user TimocaSamJa shared a graph showing the overall banner sales for the Yae Miko and Childe banners. According to the post, double replay ranked 14th on the all-time banner revenue list, but it should be noted that the data in the chart represents iOS devices from the Chinese server only. Many fans are surprised that Banner managed to crack the top 15 on the list, as it’s surrounded by probably the two most anticipated character releases in recent memory. As mentioned above, the first part of the update introduced Dendro Archon Nahida, who has already broken several revenue records, and the next banner will bring new Anemo user Wanderer, formerly known as Scaramouche.
The only new character on this banner is the four-star character Layla. She is a Cryo support, who has the ability to create one of the strongest shields in genshin Impact, which even allows Layla to go to sleep in the middle of the battlefield. Some players claim that while Layla is a new addition to the roster, Electro user Yae Miko likely drove the banner sales.
He is one of the most popular characters in the game and plays a huge role throughout the Inazuma arc. Miko was originally released in Update 2.5 and this is the first iteration of her, meaning players had a couple of months to prepare for her second banner appearance. Unlike most other DPS characters in genshin impactYae Miko doesn’t have to be on the field to deal damage thanks to her electrical totems.
Tartaglia, better known as Childe, is one of the oldest characters in genshin impact. This was Childe’s fourth poster appearance since he officially became part of the playable roster in genshin impact update 1.1 that arrived in November 2020.
genshin impact is now available for PC, PS4, PS5 and mobile devices. A Switch version is in development.
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