Albedo and Eula Return with a Unique Banner Rerun

04/11/2023 | Genshin Impact 2.3 update brings Albedo and Eula banner rerun, introduces Itto and Gorou, and promises exciting in-game events. | Credits: Genshin Impact

Genshin Impact fans, get ready for some exciting news! miHoYo has revealed that the upcoming Genshin Impact 2.3 update will bring a unique banner rerun featuring two highly sought-after characters, Albedo and Eula. This marks the first time the game has introduced a simultaneous rerun banner, adding an exciting twist to the usual update structure.

Double the Fun: Albedo and Eula Simultaneous Rerun

Traditionally, Genshin Impact updates feature two separate banners in one version, each with its own set of characters. However, with update 2.3, players will be treated to the return of both Albedo and Eula in a single banner. This move by miHoYo allows players to have a second chance at acquiring these fan-favourite characters and adds a new level of excitement to the game.

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The 2.3 update is scheduled to go live on November 24, and fans are eagerly awaiting the opportunity to summon Albedo and Eula once again. This dual banner rerun is sure to create a buzz in the Genshin Impact community.

Shared Wish Guarantee Count: Boosting Your Chances

An important detail shared by miHoYo is that the wish guarantee count will be shared and accumulated between both the standard banner and this new dual banner type. This is fantastic news for players disappointed in previous attempts to obtain a specific character. The shared guarantee count ensures that your efforts won’t go to waste, as the probability and rules for character wishes remain consistent across these banners.

“The wish guarantee count is independent of the guarantee counts of other types of wishes, such as the standard wish or weapon event wish,” miHoYo explains. This means your efforts and investment in the Albedo and Eula rerun banner won’t affect your chances in other banners, ensuring a fair and balanced system.

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Introducing Itto and Gorou: New Characters Join the Fray

Apart from the highly-anticipated Albedo and Eula rerun, Genshin Impact players have even more to look forward to in the 2.3 update. Two brand new characters, Itto and Gorou, will make their debut in the game. These characters will be part of the same banner and become available when the Albedo and Eula reruns conclude.

Itto, a formidable five-star claymore user, harnesses the Geo element and is expected to bring a fresh playstyle to the game. On the other hand, Gorou, a four-star bow user, also employs the Geo element and seems well-suited for a support role, offering exciting possibilities for team composition and strategies.

Exciting Events and Mysteries Unveiled

As is customary with Genshin Impact updates, version 2.3 brings a host of exciting in-game events. Players can return to the enchanting snow-covered landscapes of Dragonspine to take on a series of challenging activities. Following this adventure, a mysterious quest will task players with uncovering the cause of the mass disappearance of small animals in Inazuma. Additionally, players will gain the ability to add specific creatures to their Serenitea Pot, providing more customization and decoration options for their in-game homes.

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With the Albedo and Eula banner rerun and the introduction of Itto and Gorou, Genshin Impact’s 2.3 update promises to be a thrilling and game-changing experience for players. Be sure to mark your calendars for November 24 and prepare for a new wave of excitement in the world of Teyvat.

As the release date approaches, stay tuned for more details and updates regarding Genshin Impact version 2.3.

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