HoYoVerse offered a sneak peek at what enemies to expect in the Desert of Hadramaveth. This will be a new region to explore once Genshin Impact Version 3.4 goes live on January 18, 2023. This edition of the Sumeru Adventure Journal only covers a handful of the new enemies that will be in the Desert of Hadramaveth.
The first Genshin Impact enemies are the Eremite Scorching Loremaster and Eremite Floral Ring-Dancer. Both of them are, as their names imply, part of the Eremite group of enemies already in the game. There is no information on how they will fight. However, the Scorching Loremaster will be able to use Pyro attacks, whereas the Floral Ring-Dancer can use Dendro.
There will also be Consecrated Beasts. Like Geovishaps, the Consecrated Beasts will be able to enter a different form in combat. In the case of the Consecrated Beast, they can enter something called the Phagocytic form. HoYoVerse has shown us the looks of the Consecrated Flying Serpent, the Consecrated Scorpion, and the Consecrated Red Vulture. These Genshin Impact enemies can release Phagocytic Energy Blocks, which you can then destroy with an attack of a corresponding element.
Finally, there will be a new Anemo Boss: Setekh Wenut. Like the existing Anemo Hypostasis, the Setekh Wenut can release Anemo bullets that you can destroy with any element that reacts with Swirl. It can also float in the air. However, if you destroy two Windbite Bullets, you can lower the Setekh Wenut to the ground.
Genshin Impact is readily available on the PS4, PS5, Windows PC, and mobile devices. The Desert of Hadramaveth and all of the new enemies will go live on January 18, 2023 along with Genshin Impact Version 3.4.