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Genshin Impact 3.0 Leak Reveals New Nilou Gameplay & Burst Skill

Nilou could easily become one of the most favorite Dendro characters.

July 2, 2022

Genshin Impact’s latest leak sheds some light on one of the upcoming characters in the game which is all set to make a debut in the Sumeru region.

We are coming close to the second anniversary of Genshin Impact, and ever since the release of the game, one thing that fans have been constantly waiting for is the release of the Sumeru region. Characters such as Yaoyao and Baizhu have already made their appearance in the game and fans are eagerly waiting for the day when they will be able to play using those characters. As per leaks, that it is not quite far away as we might be getting the Sumeru region along with the Dendro element in the 3.0 update itself.

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We have received a slew of leaks in the past few days related to the Dendro characters, but this one seems to be one of the biggest so far. Posted on the Genshin Impact leaks subreddit, the leaked video gives us a look into one of the upcoming characters in the game, Nilou. Not only do we see the character in action in the game, another video also leaks the burst animation of the character which is something that we usually don’t see until the start of the beta.

While a number of fans are already quite excited about the new character and have started saving up Primogems for her, it might still be a while before we see Nilou in the game. There are tons of Sumeru characters that have been leaked, and in all probability, we will not be seeing all of them drop in the 3.0 update itself. It is very much possible that Nilou will arrive in 3.1 or 3.2. That being said, it does build the hype for the upcoming updates, and we could be seeing more interesting stuff in the coming days.

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