Honkai: Star Rail Silver Wolf Trailer References Honkai Impact 3rd

Honkai Star Rail Silver Wolf
Image via HoYoVerse

Ahead of her playable debut, HoYoVerse has uploaded a trailer for Silver Wolf, who will appear as the first five-star in Honkai: Star Rail version 1.1. You can also read a short biography and Q&A with the Stellaron Hunter on HoYoLab. The biography provides some information on things like Silver Wolf’s pistols, as well as the planet Punklorde.

You can check out Silver Wolf’s trailer here:

In Silver Wolf’s trailer, we see her playing as herself (Bronie) in Honkai Impact 3rd. Kafka bothers her while she’s playing and warns her that Elio foresaw Silver Wolf losing. True to Elio’s scenario, she does. According to the text underneath her name in the trailer, her account got frozen. Her entire trailer has a very futuristic vibe and contains many references to retro video games.

Silver Wolf, alongside Luocha, will be the new 5-stars in Honkai: Star Rail Version 1.1. She, along with Kafka, is one of the tutorial characters in the very beginning of the game. She’s a Quantum Nihility characters who can debuff enemies and increase the ease of Breaking them.

Melissa Fahn voices her in English, and Kana Asumi voices her in Japanese. Some of Fahn’s previous roles include Edward in Cowboy Bebop and Himawari in Boruto. As for Asumi, she previously appeared as Chacha in Fate/Grand Order and Lissa in Fire Emblem. She also voices Bronya in Honkai Impact 3rd and Honkai: Star Rail.

Honkai: Star Rail is readily available for mobile devices and Windows PC. It is in development for the PS4 and PS5 as well. Honkai: Star Rail Version 1.1 will debut on June 7, 2023, which will also be when Silver Wolf appears in the gacha.

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