Genshin Impact 2.0: All Electroculus Locations & Details

Update 2.0 is available to download right now!

Players are now able to jump into Genshin Impact’s latest update, 2.0. The update includes a brand new region, Inazuma, which is filled with quests and the new Electroculus.

Here’s everything you need to know about the new collectible Electroculus, including where you can find them and what they are.

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Genshin Impact 2.0 Update

Update 2.0 for Genshin Impact is now live on all platforms. The brand new update includes plenty of new content for players, including the brand new Inazuma region, new characters

Electroculus Explained


Electroculus is basically collectible orbs of elemental energy called Oculi that can be found all throughout Teyvat.

They are usually hidden or in hard-to-reach places but are worth the effort once you find them. That’s because when you offer Electroculu aka Oculi to the Statues of The Seven, it grants rewards.

For those who are curious, Statues of The Seven are structures found around all of Teyvat region. Each nation has one corresponding statue that can grant rewards in exchange for these orbs.

Upon collecting every Electroculus in a region and leveling up your Statues of The Seven to their max level, you will have one Oculus leftover of each element.

All Locations

You can find Electroculus through Oculus Resonance Stones. These stones can be used to detect the location of Electroculus particles in a particular nation, however, they can’t locate it in another player’s world. So every player needs their own stone.

You can refer to this map for all 139 Electroculus locations (source):

Electroculus Locations In Genshin Impact

While you are at it, do check out our other guides for Sakura Bloom locations, and how to cross save on Genshin Impact.

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