Genshin Impact offers trailer previews of the game’s latest roster addition

    
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Did you think you were done with character collecting in Genshin Impact? Well, no, you probably didn’t because adding more party members to the gatcha pool is kind of this game’s whole monetization deal. With that in mind, the devs at Mihoyo are stirring up the hype for the game’s next roster arrival, a young samurai named Kaedehara Kazuha, by way of a pair of videos.

Video the first is a general demonstration of Kazuha in action full of that samurai-styled razzle-dazzle. All of the classic anime samurai tropes are here: haiku composition, iaido poses, and (naturally) the slicing of fools with a katana. Video the second has a bit more substance to go with its style, outlining the Anemo-wielding character’s support abilities like a skill that groups enemies together and a passive talent that reduces stamina consumption when he’s in the party. Both videos are available for your viewing pleasure below.


source: YouTube (1, 2)
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I never saw the appeal of that game – it’s single player, you can’t play with other people, yet it requires constant internet connection to work and the fact that you have a party of characters for different purposes and only one is visible at a time really turns me off.

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Dantos

you can play with other people, but it’s just that most people don’t and there isn’t much reason to, outside of a few events. The other thing that is a problem with grouping is that it limits your character selection based on how many people are in the group, so if you have a group of 4 players, you can only play as 1 character, rather than your group of 4.

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Malcolm Swoboda

Some people like to play only 1-2 characters with their roles, just as one like to just support/heal in other co-op and MMORPG games. Its simple, but there’s room for more dedicated co-op encounters and locations later.

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Malcolm Swoboda

I play with other people every week. In fact I need to, since I don’t pay enough attention to the various mechanics/designs, so my friend helping me with higher level bosses and grinding helps.

I have mmo-chat-level discussions with randoms I group with… its multiplayer.

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Malcolm Swoboda

Didn’t get him. Yet.

Gonna spend my time catching up on the main story and exploring the event islands :).