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Fans are currently hoping for the five-star character Keqing as an “event wish character”, but rumors have it that a new character will be released before the next big update arrives.
Yes, the character that has been rumored so far is Hu Tao, who may be familiar to those of you who follow the leaked news of Genshin Impact.
Hu Tao is a polearm user with close ties to the Wangsheng Funeral Parlor, and he will likely be one of the next five-star playable characters.
However, the most interesting part of the article is the circulation of a leaked video of Hu Tao’s gameplay. The video was recently shared by a Twitter user named @nep_impact.
Hu Tao was actually going to be a polearm user with a Pyro element specialist. His quick combinations remind players of the fiery Qiqi, with an ability set that allows him to deal Pyro damage while healing himself (and possibly teammates).
Hu Tao is said to have a skill that can increase his damage by taking a chunk of his life, and an Elemental Burst that heals him depending on the enemy’s attack.
For some players, there may already be people who know the appearance of this Hu Tao. An animation with a butterfly motif is most likely a skill that can increase damage output.
Whereas the move that highlighted the cute cute ghost seen by his side was most likely his Elemental Burst.
In addition, his movekit is said to have an ability that can apply a kind of “curse” to enemies when he lands a Charged Attack.
It’s likely the same “curse” that appears as a red/orange dot on the enemy, meaning his Elemental Burst applies the effect as well.
Given his somewhat transformative skills and the emblem he places on enemies like a curse, Hu Tao also reminds us of the five-star Hydro character Tartaglia.
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Tartaglia is known as Childe, he is able to transform his bow into a pair of daggers (and many more) as part of a combination of standard attacks and Elemental Skills. In addition, his Crit hits apply some kind of Hydro curse to enemies.
Genshin Impact is available on Google Play Store, App Store, PC, PS4, and is currently being developed for PS5 and Switch.