Genshin Impact Wish Simulator Explained - Eula Banner Rolls Sim
Everything you should know about the Genshin Impact Wish simulators
Here’s what you should know about each Genshin Impact Wish Simulator, and how to test your luck on the ongoing Born of Ocean Swell banner, featuring Cryo character Eula, the first new 5* character since Hu Tao.
Games with gacha elements always end up getting gacha banner simulators, where players can try and simulate how many gems, crystals, and possibly money, they’d have to spend to obtain the character or weapon they want.
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Now history repeats itself with the Genshin Impact Wish Simulator boom. Several Genshin Impact players across the world have launched their own gacha sim, so we’ve ranked them below, with tips on which one to use.
Genshin Impact English wish simulator by uzairashraf
You can access the uzairashraf wish simulator here. The uzairashraf simulator is very straightforward, and looks just like the in-game Wish menu. While only the ongoing banners are listed on top, you can run simulations on any previous banner. Select them in the Settings menu at the bottom left of the page.
This simulator is the easiest to use in English. However, it often takes a few days to be updated.
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Genshin Impact English wish Simulator by Miwoju (thekima)
You can access the Miwoju Wish Simulator here. This is nearly identical to the one above, except even closer to the Wish page in-game. Using a few more in-game assets. Again, this is extremely straightforward and easy to use. Keep in mind however it might take several days after a Genshin Impact update for the roll Simulator to add the new banner.
Moreover, the main issue with both the Uzairashraf and the Miwoju Genshin Impact Wish simulators is that they could be taken down by miHoYo. For using in-game assets. Plus, when the banner changes, the two simulators above take a few days to update. Hence why we’ve got another Genshin wish simulator for you:
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Genshin Impact – Japanese Wish Simulator for Eula banner
Here you can access the Japanese Wish Simulator. This one is much more bare bones than the above, and isn’t in English. However, don’t let the language barrier intimidate you. Trust me, it’s extremely easy to use. I recommend using the Japanese simulator until the other two rolling simulators above are updated.
Plus, the Japanese simulator doesn’t risk getting taken down as it doesn’t directly reuses the game’s assets. Moreover, it’s always up to date, and is currently running the Eula banner, Born of Ocean Swell. The new weapon banner with the Song of Broken Pines 5* star weapon is also available.
The page lists all of the gacha banners in Genshin Impact so far. Simply click on the yellow button below a banner’s illustration to launch the simulation.
On the next page, click the same yellow button a second time, and you’ll get your simulation results.
Each character and weapon have their specific illustration displayed, so it’s easy to use even if you can’t read Japanese. Clicking the yellow button at the bottom of the results page will pull the gacha another ten times.
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Why you should use Genshin Impact‘s Roll Simulators
There you have it, the most popular Genshin Impact Wish simulators, all here. Needless to say, the drop rates in all simulators are identical, and were taken from the game itself. The simulators can give you a rough idea of how your pulls on a banner will go like. This can help you decide whether to pull on the banner or skip it to save your Primogems.
However, keep in mind that at the end of the day, these are only simulators. Use them for fun, but don’t take their results as facts. There’s no guarantee things will go the same way when you pull the gacha for real in-game. Be sure to check your in-game history as well to check your pity count.