Genshin Impact Fans Are Unhappy With Kokomi's Fall Damage While Falling Into Water, Twitter Reacts
Here is how Twitter reacted to Genshin Impact's Kokomi.
Genshin Impact is all set to get some amazing new characters in the upcoming update, but it seems like some of the elements have got some fans disappointed.
Released back in 2020, Genshin Impact has been one of the most popular games in the last year. miHoYo has been releasing an update for the game every six weeks, adding tons of new items, weapons, characters, quests, and a lot more.
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We have the 2.1 update slated to arrive in September, and we have already got tons of information about the upcoming update. We do know for a fact that three new characters Raiden, Kokomi, and Sara will be arriving. But apart from that, we will be getting Watatsumi and Serai Islands from the Inazuma region and an array of other things.
However, one of the upcoming features in the update has got some fans disappointed. Here is all you need to know about it.
Genshin Impact Fans Are Unhappy With Kokomi’s Fall Damage While Falling Into Water
Today, popular Genshin Impact leaker abc64 posted a new video showing that Kokomi suffers fall damage while falling into the water with her burst active.
This didn’t go down well with fans as they were quite disappointed with this feature. One user writes, “congrats to kokomi for becoming the first character to take fall damage from water” and many fans joined in on expressing their disapproval against it.
While this might not be quite a significant thing as such, some fans have been quite annoyed by it. In fact, one of the top replies to the tweet criticizes the character totally, asking that “Why is Mihoyo trying to make their most adorable character the most unplayable! Like why are they trying SO HARD to make her trash”.
We are not yet sure whether this will be changed in the final version of the game or not. But for now, fans are quite unhappy with it.