As Genshin Impact’s version 2.7 has been indefinitely delayed, many players are set to make use of the extra time to gather enough resources to get both Hydro 5-star Yelan and Electro 4-star Kuki Shinobu, both set to debut as part of the new update. But what will be the banner compositions of the upcoming version? With that said, here’s everything that leaked regarding the banner compositions set to be featured as part of Genshin Impact’s upcoming and still unofficially titled version 2.7.
Genshin Impact 2.7 Banner Leaks: Yelan, Kuki Shinobu, and More
According to Save Your Primos, Genshin Impact leaker Uncle Y revealed that Yelan, Xiao, and Arataki Itto will be the featured 5-star characters to star in the upcoming version’s character wish banners. More specifically, according to the leaker, the first wave of character wish banners part of the upcoming version will feature both Yalan and Xiao, with Barbara, Noelle, and Yanfei as its featured 4-star characters.
With that said, and as we said above, the leaker also revealed that the second wave of banners is set to feature the first Arataki Itto rerun since his debut in the game’s version 2.3. The Itto rerun banner will also feature the long-awaited debut of Kuki Shinobu among its featured 4-stars.
To recap, here’s are the leaked banner compositions of version 2.7, according to Uncle Y via Save Your Primos:
- First Wave: Yelan / Xiao + Barbara, Noelle, and Yanfei.
- Second Wave: Arataki Itto + Kuki Shinobu and two other 4-stars.
All banners will also, as usual, run together with a weapon featured wish banner, which will, in Yanfai and Xiao’s case, feature both Yelan’s upcoming featured weapon, the Aqua Simulacra bow, and Xiao’s featured weapon, the Primordial Jade Winged-Spear Polearm. The Arataki Itto banner will, according to the leaks, run together with a weapon banner featuring his featured 5-star weapon, the Redhorn Stonethresher Claymore. The Memory of Dust Catalyst is also set to be featured as part of the banner.
Genshin Impact is currently available for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and mobile devices – Android, and iOS.
- This article was updated on May 13th, 2022