Genshin Impact Gets New Gameplay Trailer Introducing New Character Sayu

Following the launch of version 2.0 of Genshin Impact and its new region, Mihoyo released a new trailer introducing one of its new characters.

Genshin Impact Sayu

Following the launch of version 2.0 of Genshin Impact and its new region, Inazuma, Mihoyo released a new trailer introducing one of its new characters.

We get the introduction to Sayu, the “pint-sized ninja.” She will be available via the game’s gacha soon, on August 10.

You can check her out below, both with English and Japanese voice acting, depending on your preference.

“Sayu doesn’t know what’s worse… Being mistaken for a tanuki or not being able to take a nap. So… Sayu decided, why not deal with both at the same time? Fall asleep and then drive out those annoying tanukis in her dreams!”

Here’s how she’s briefly described officially.

“Visitors from afar come to Hanamizaka in hopes of finding “the best thing about summer on Narukami Island”…

But they never realize that the figure gleaming like a golden spark was right in front of them all along.”

If you want to see more of Genshin Impact, we recently interviewed MiHoYo about the game’s platforms, inspiration, and more. You can also read our review, watch the trailers dedicated to Kamisato Ayaka, and the video introducing Yoimiya.

On top of that, you can take a look at the announcement of the crossover bringing Aloy from Horizon Zero Dawn.

On top of that, you can read more about update 2.0. The game is currently available for PS5, PS4, PC, iOS, and Android.

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