Genshin Impact Eula

Genshin Impact Eula Character Demo Showcases Her Dance Moves

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Leading up to the addition of Eula into the roster of Genshin Impact, miHoYo has released a YouTube video showcasing her skills. However, this isn’t strictly limited to combat. In the video, Eula demonstrates her dance skills and what sets her apart from other Cryo users.

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While the video is somewhat short, it provides a look into several of Eula’s combat animations. The claymore wielding Cryo user is deft on her feet as she dances around her opponents. Additionally, the new trailer works lore into the reasons behind her fighting style. While a previous trailer had outlined her backstory and her reason for joining the Knights of Favonius, this video adds a bit more substance.

You can watch the Genshin Impact Eula character demonstration video below.

Eula will be available to obtain through a limited banner very soon. Players can expect to see Eula on an upcoming banner on May 18, 2021. She will be added alongside Beidou, Xingqiu, and Xinyan. However, the banner will only be available through a specific window. Players will be able to roll for Eula until early June.

Genshin Impact is available for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, PC, and mobile devices. A Nintendo Switch version is currently in development.

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