Here are 2.6's 2 New Genshin Impact Artifact Sets

Here are 2.6’s 2 New Genshin Impact Artifact Sets

During the 2.6 Special Program, miHoYo revealed that two new Genshin Impact artifact sets will appear. In the Chasm area, people can visit the new Lost Valley domain. After completing its challenge, people can get pieces from the five-star sets Echoes of an Offering and Vermillion Hereafter.

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The 2.6 Special Program revealed two and four-piece set bonuses for both of the Lost Valley Genshin Impact artifact sets. In the case of each one, you get an ATK+18% bonus if you equip two of them on a character at once. Once you get to the four-piece set, the additional effect varies.

Here’s the official description for the Echoes of an Offering four-piece set bonus.

When Normal Attacks hit opponents, there is a 36% chance that it will trigger Valley Rite, which will increase Normal Attack DMG by 70% of ATK. This effect will be dispelled 0.05s after a Normal Attack deals DMG. If a Normal Attack fails to trigger Valley Rite, the odds of it triggering the next time will increase by 20%. This trigger can occur once every 0.2s.

As for Vermillion Hereafter, here’s the official description for its four-piece set bonus.

After using an Elemental Burst, this character will gain the Nascent Light effect, increasing their ATK by 8% for 16s. When the character’s HP decreases, their ATK will further increase by 10%. This increase can occur this way a maximum of 4 times. This effect can be triggered once every 0.8s. Nascent Light will be dispelled when the character leaves the field. If an Elemental Burst is used again during the duration of Nascent Light, the original Nascent Light will be dispelled.

Genshin Impact Artifact Sets 2.6

Genshin Impact is available for the PS4, PS5, PC, and mobile devices. It will also come to the Nintendo Switch. The new artifacts will appear in Genshin Impact’s Chasm domain in Liyue after 2.6 appears.

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