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Genshin Impact Dehya, Mika, Cyno and Cryo 5-Star Rerun Banners in 3.5

Genshin Impact 3.5 banners

At a livestream preview, HoYoVerse announced the next run of Wish banners for the upcoming Genshin Impact update. The Genshin Impact 3.5 update will add Dehya. Other characters that will appear on Wish banners throughout the 3.5 period are Albedo, Cyno, and another new character, Mika.

A member of the Eremites, Dehya is known as the Unfettered Desert Mercenary, or the “Flame-Mane”. She first appeared as an NPC in the Chapter III Archon Quest. If acquired from the Genshin Impact 3.5 banners, she’ll be playable as 5-Star Pyro element claymore unit. She can absorb damage meant for allies, and unleashes a barehanded assault with her elemental burst.

Dehya’s banner will appear in Phase 1 of the Genshin Impact 3.5 update, alongside a rerun banner for Cyno. Cyno is the General Mahamatra of Sumeru, and a 5-Star Electro polearm-user.

Fans of previously released characters Ayaka and Shenhe can look forward to the 2nd phase of the Genshin Impact 3.5 banners. The two Cryo 5-Star units will appear, giving players another chance to roll for them. Mika will also appear on their banners as the featured 4-Star unit.

Mika, the next new unit on the Genshin Impact 3.5 banners, is a 4-Star Cryo polearm unit from Mondstadt. A member of the Knights of Favonius Reconnaissance Company, Mika is a helpful front-line surveyor. He first appeared in game during the version 3.1 update. Though he mains polearms, he uses a hand crossbow in combat. His skills increase attack speed and physical damage, and can heal allies with his elemental burst.

The Genshin Impact 3.5 update launches on March 1, 2023. The game is available on iOS, Android, PS4, PS5, and PC.

Related: Ascension Talent Materials For Dehya in Genshin Impact on Twinfinite

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