Genshin Impact Leak Reveals New Permanent TCG Mode For Update 3.1

A new Genshin Impact leak reveals that a new permanent game mode might arrive in Version 3.1 which is scheduled for September 28.

Genshin Impact‘s upcoming updates will be packed with new content which includes a new major region as well as a couple of new playable characters. Every new version of the game also brings at least one or two new events which last for the duration of the update.

Since Genshin Impact arrived back in September 2020, players have been asking HoYoverse to add more permanent events to the game. A popular Genshin Impact leaker has revealed that one of the upcoming updates will introduce a permanent game mode.


A recent tweet by merlin_impact has revealed that Genshin Impact version 3.1 will introduce a new type of mini-game that will serve as a trading card game. The new mode will apparently be mostly PvE, but there is a chance that players will be able to challenge other players in their world. Multiple replies in the comment section claim that they would love to have the option to challenge some of the game’s playable characters, even if it’s just in a card game.

Fans claim they would not even mind if HoYoverse doesn’t give any Primogems through this event as long as they allow players to collect and swap cards. Having the option to collect cards of legendary characters like the five Yakshas, Raiden Shogun’s friends or older Archons would make the official Genshin Impact story much more popular and believable. Previous Genshin Impact leaks have been hinting that update 3.1 will introduce three new characters: Cyno, Nilou and Candace.

There is a chance that the update also introduces the first desert part of the map in the same update considering that all three characters seem to be tied with deserts. Players claim that having a new TCG arrive alongside the game’s first dessert gives strong Yu-Gi-Oh vibes. One of Sumeru’s promo videos has confirmed that Cyno will be a new Electro polearm character.

According to previous leaks, he will be a new DPS character in Genshin Impact with a strong focus on dealing damage with his elemental skill which apparently has a very low cooldown. The other five-star character, Nilou will probably be a new sub-DPS or support character as recent leaks revealed that she will have long cooldowns on all of her abilities. However, the leaks have also been hinting that she can potentially become the main DPS but only if players unlock her sixth Constellation level.

Genshin Impact is available now for mobile, PC, PS4, and PS5. A Switch version is currently in development with no confirmed release date.

Source: Gamerant

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