Genshin Impact: Check Out Ayaka’s Moveset and Idle Animation


Last Updated on: 30th March 2021, 02:34 am

Ever since her first appearance in Genshin Impact‘s pre-release beta stages, the Cryo sword user Kamisato Ayaka instantly became a fan-favorite. Thanks to her amazing design, and playstyle.

And today, Reddit user u/NightFire19 released a video featuring Ayaka’s moveset, composed of her normal, and charged attacks, her running, and swimming animations, and, of course, both her Elemental Skill and Burst. 

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Ayaka will be the second Cryo sword user to be featured in the game until further notice and the first 5-star. Her strongest point will be on her ability to, like many other elemental DPS’s, like Keqing, and Hu Tao, cloak her weapon in her element of choice.

You can see Ayaka’s moveset below, courtesy of u/NightFire19:

The video is related to the game’s first open beta, so her skills are subjected to change. 

According to Honey Impact, her Elemental Skill will be called ”Kamisato Art Hyouka, and her Elemental Brust will be called ”Kamisato Art Soumetsu.

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Ayaka is reportedly coming with the new Inazuma region, as one of the main characters of Genshin’s second act ”Omnipresence Over Mortals”, which will be set there. The region will be based on feudal Japan and promises to finally show players the Electro Archon.

We don’t know in which version the new region will appear, but according to what was leaked about the upcoming version 1.5, the game still has many surprises to deliver before Inazuma takes center stage.

You can check the game’s official Storyline Preview trailer below, featuring a quick presentation of the Inazuma Chapter, and a look at Ayaka’s splash art:

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Genshin Impact is currently available for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, mobile devices- Android, and iOS – and PC. via miHoYo’s official launcher. A version for the Nintendo Switch is also reportedly in development.