A Genshin Impact leaked video reveals Dheya gameplay animations of her swapping from claymore to hand-to-hand combat.
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The gameplay animations for one of the future characters, the Pyro user Dehya, have been revealed in a new Genshin Impact video leak.
According to the game’s official social media pages, she will appear in the upcoming update 3.5, which should be released around March 5, based on HoYoverse’s typical update schedule.
She will not be the only new character in the update, as Genshin Impact has revealed that another four-star character named Mika will be joining her.
Dehya has played a significant role in the broader Sumeru storyline, as she was presented as a daring Eremite mercenary.
Dimbreath, a prominent Genshin Impact leaker, has posted a video of Dehya’s gameplay animations.
Based on the post, Dehya will be equipped with a one-of-a-kind kit that will allow her to switch from her claymore and hand-to-hand fighting.
Dehya’s Normal Attack sequence, different from any other character on the roster, consists of two claymore blows followed by two punches.
Ultimately, fans seem to adore her outfit, which is fitting given that Dehya will be the very first bruiser in Genshin Impact.
Previous Genshin Impact leaks revealed more about her entire kit, allowing her to play both the main DPS and sub-DPS roles.
Leaked Dheya Gameplay
Dehya’s Elemental Skill is called Molten Inferno, and it allows her to deliver AoE Pyro damage and build a Fiery Sanctum field.
If somehow the field is already active, Dehya can perform a leaping strike that deals additional AoE Pyro damage and recreates the Fiery Sanctum at her new location.
Enemies hit within the field will also take extra Pyro damage, while active heroes impacted by it will have increased resilience to interruption.
The video also verifies prior leaks regarding her Elemental Burst, which will allow her to convert totally to hand-to-hand combat for a short time.
Dehya will continually deal Pyro damage to nearby enemies during this stage, and at the end of it, she would execute an Incineration Drive kick that deals enormous AoE Pyro damage.
Many comments state that, although they were not expecting Dehya’s animations to appear this way, they are nevertheless pleased with her playstyle and believe she is worth rooting for.
Following the recent upgrades, which placed all new characters on the same banner cycle, many players assumed that Dehya and Mika would emerge on the same Limited Character Banner.
Dehya will be a five-star character, while Mika will be a four-star rare.
Genshin Impact is available now for PC, PS4, PS5, and mobile devices. A Switch version is in development.