16 Feb 2021 3:18 PM +00:00

Genshin Impact: Single Wishes vs Multi Rolls

Before any wish, every Genshin Impact player is left with a choice to either roll once individually, or roll a group of ten.

The odds are always the same between two choices, but the experience always varies between players.

Some get lucky with a random single pull or a desperate last throw, and others cash everything in and decide to make things go faster.

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All players have the option, but when should you actually go for singles or for multiple rolls?

Here's what we think...

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Multis

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In any multiple roll in Genshin Impact, you are guaranteed at least one 4-star drop in your wishes, be it a character or a weapon.

There’s already a deep dive into the percentage of drops, but the mindset is that you’re looking to splurge a little and leave fate up to chance.

You’re already guaranteed a 4-star drop already; any more would just be icing on the cake.

Singles

This is the route most F2P players take due to how scarce Primogems are as a resource in Genshin Impact.

Every single pull is in the hopes of getting lucky and being able to save for a future character or weapon release.

There also seems to be a fact that the 4-star pity timer is counted individually, compared to the multi-roll where the timer will only reset at the last item that appears.

Singles are meant for efficiency, looking to summon as many rare drops as possible.

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Conclusion - Which would we pick?

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Personally, this writer would rather do single pulls.

As a player who doesn't really spend any money on the game at all, and watching all the hard-earned Primogems go in a flash after months of grinding will feel extremely bad.

As much as the multi rolls provide quick results to get me back into the game, there is always a chance of getting lucky off of a single pull being the one to bring the featured character home.