Version 3.1 will see the addition of five new powerful weapons to Genshin Impact. Here are all the details you need to know about them.
King Deshret and the Three Magi is the title of the new version update coming to Genshin Impact on September 28. It will feature a vast new desert area in the Sumeru region and will introduce a host of new characters and events. A Genshin Impact anime TV series was also announced in the version 3.1 special program.
But more importantly, the new update will be adding five new weapons to the game. These will build upon the wonder and lore surrounding the mystery of the novel area that HoYoverse has been teasing in clips and information leading up to the version's announcement. Let's go over all these weapons.
Genshin Impact V3.1 Weapons - Staff Of The Scarlet Sands
The Staff of the Scarlet Sands is a five-star weapon that is one part of the legendary obsidian scepter pair. Lore has it that this staff will grant anyone who possesses it the ability to lead people of the desert. However, it's a weapon shrouded in mystery as no previous retainer is alive today.
Genshin Impact V3.1 Weapons - Key Of Khaj-Nisut
The Key of Khaj-Nisut is a five-star weapon that is one part of the legendary obsidian scepter pair. Legend has it that this weapon can be used to open a gate to a paradise that "lies at the end of the ocean of sand."
Genshin Impact V3.1 Weapons - Makhaira Aquamarine
Makhaira Aquamarine is a four-star weapon that is an ancient yet ever-sharp greatsword whose blue sheen takes after the waters it was inspired by.
Genshin Impact V3.1 Weapons - Xiphos' Moonlight
Xiphos' Moonlight is a four-star weapon that is a double-edged sword. It is rumored that the now-silent Jinni dwells within this sword.
Genshin Impact V3.1 Weapons - Wandering Evenstar
Wandering Evenstar is a four-star weapon that was originally a device used by researchers to observe and perform calculations regarding celestial phenomena. Now, it is used as a conduit and catalyst.
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