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Genshin Impact Eula Character Teaser Focuses on Her Lineage

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miHoYo has released a short character teaser trailer for Eula, an upcoming addition to the roster of Genshin Impact. This character teaser lacks any look into how Eula will function in combat. It instead focuses on her lineage and connection to the Knights of Favonius. Additionally, the teaser trailer provides more insight into the background of Mondstadt, specifically concerning the aristocratic families of the city.

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Similar to the previously released Genshin Impact story teaser that focused on the Geo Archon Zhongli, this teaser is also done in the way of motion graphics. Eula narrates her own story, talking about the three major families that once held sway over Mondstadt and what preceded the fall of her own family. It ends with Eula expressing her loyalty to the Knights of Favonius. Before the trailer cuts away, a scene plays where she’s having a conversation with the player character at a bar.

You can watch the Genshin Impact character teaser for Eula below.

The official Genshin Impact Twitter account also revealed the voice actresses that will be lending their talent, providing the voice for this dedicated knight. Suzie Yeung will voice Eula in English, whereas SATO Rina will provide the Japanese voice for this new character.

Genshin Impact is immediately available for Android and iOS, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC. A Nintendo Switch version is currently in development.

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