Genshin Impact 3.2 is just two days away. The next update in the game will mark the debut of the Nahida the Dendro Archon and three excellent reruns.
The first batch of character banners will feature Nahida & Yoimiya, who return just a couple of months after her first rerun.
Only hours from the big release, Hoyoverse has revealed the full roster of 4-star characters and weapons that will complete the banners for the first half of Genshin Impact 3.2.
Nahida & Yoimiya Banners Release Date
The first phase of Genshin Impact 3.2 will go live on November 2, 2022, around 11 am Server Time (Chinese Standard Time).
This breaks down to the following in other time zones:
- November 1, 11 pm EST
- November 1, 8 pm PT
- November 1, 4 am GMT
Genshin Impact 3.2 First Phase Banners
The first Sumeru banners will feature Nahida and the second rerun of the fireworks expert Yoimiya.
Both banners will be available for 16 days according to the new five-week schedule for the rest of the Genshin Impact 2022 Banners.
These are the two banners of the first half of Genshin Impact 3.2
- The Mongrass Enlightenment, the Banner will feature Nahida, a 5-star Electro Polearm Character.
- Tapestry of Golden Flames is the rerun banner of Yoimiya, the 5-star Pyro Bow User.
The following 4-star characters complete the Banner.
- Bennet - 4-star Pyro, Sword User
- Noelle - 4-star Geo, Claymore User
- Razor - 4-star Electro, Claymore User
The characters for this Banner don't have a lot of synergy between them, but the presence of Bennett and Nahida makes it highly valuable.
We don't know if it was on purpose, but it seems we are getting all the archons in consecutive patches, Zhongli in 3.0, Venti in 3.1, Nahida in 3.2, and Raiden in 3.3.
The first Weapon Banner in Genshin Impact 3.2 will mark the debut of the 5-star Catalyst, A Thousand Floating Dreams, the signature weapon for Nahida.
For the second 5-star in the Banner, we will get the excellent bow Thundering Pulse, which is suitable for most DPS bow characters.
A thousand floating dreams
Party members other than the equipping character will provide the equipping character with buffs based on whether their Elemental Type is the same as the latter or not. If their Elemental Types are the same, increase Elemental Mastery by (var1). If not, increase the equipping character's DMG Bonus from their Elemental Type by (var2)%. Each of the aforementioned effects can have up to 3 stacks. Additionally, all nearby party members other than the equipping character will have their Elemental Mastery increased by (var3). Multiple such effects from multiple such weapons can stack.
Increases ATK by 40% and grants the might of the Thunder Emblem. At stack levels 1/2/3, the Thunder Emblem increases Normal Attack DMG by 24/48/80%. The character will obtain 1 stack of Thunder Emblem in each of the following scenarios: Normal Attack deals DMG (stack lasts 5s), casting Elemental Skill (stack lasts 10s); Energy is less than 100% (stack disappears when Energy is full). Each stack's duration is calculated independently.
These are the 4-star weapons that complete the weapon banner of the first Epitome Invocation:
- Rust - Bow
- The Flute - Sword
- Favonius Lance - Polearm
- The Widsith - Catalyst
- The Great Sacrificial Sword - Claymore