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Fatui Harbingers All Appear in Genshin Impact Interlude Trailer

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HoYoVerse uploaded a trailer video titled “A Winter Night’s Lazzo” that teases an upcoming Chapter Interlude about the Fatui Harbingers in Genshin Impact. While the trailer does not fully spoil the Inazuma Archon Quests, players should finish Inazuma’s plot before watching. As such, both this article and the video will have some spoilers.

At just over four minutes long, “A Winter Night’s Lazzo” gives a peek at all of the Harbingers who will appear in Genshin Impact. Signora and Scaramouche are not there due to Signora’s death and Scaramouche’s disappearance following the events of Inazuma. In the trailer, everyone has gathered to mourn Signora. It also sheds some light on some of the dynamics within the Harbingers. At the end of the trailer, there is a brief scene of Collei, who will be one of the upcoming Dendro characters from the Sumeru region.

Not all of the Harbingers present are completely new to the player. Childe, of course, is a familiar face due to his significant role in the Liyue chapter, on top of being a playable character. Meanwhile, Dottore (albeit with a newer design) has previously appeared in the Genshin Impact webtoon. More information on the skills and personalities of the other Harbingers will appear in the future. They will likely also play an important role as either a unit you can pull or a boss you have to fight.

Genshin Impact is readily available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Windows PC, and mobile devices. The upcoming Version 2.8 will go live on July 13, 2022, with Kazuha and Klee appearing on the first banner.

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