Genshin Impact Rosaria

Genshin Impact Rosaria Demonstration Video and Voice Actress Revealed

miHoYo has uploaded a character demonstration video for Rosaria to the official Genshin Impact YouTube channel. Additionally, the official Twitter account has revealed the voice talent behind the spear wielding sister. An official page for Rosaria has also appeared on the Genshin Impact website, which details her background as a sister of the Church of Favonius.

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Rosaria is voiced by Elizabeth Maxwell in English, and KAKUMA Ai in Japanese. Maxwell has provided the voice for characters such as Sae Niijima from Persona 5, Saeko Mukouda in Yakuza: Like a Dragon, and Urbosa in Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity. The website features both Japanese and English voice acting samples for players to listen to.

You can also hear some of Maxwell’s voice acting in the character demonstration video. This short look at combat not only provides a glimpse of what Rosaria is capable of when wielding a spear, but it also gives the viewer a sense of what she is like as a character. You can watch the Rosaria demonstration video below.

Rosaria will appear in an upcoming limited time banner. Additionally, Venti has made a return to the draw pool for a limited time. Players can once again roll for the whimsical bard during the Windblume Festival event period.

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

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