New Genshin Impact Trailer Introduces Cartographer Mika

New Genshin Impact Trailer Introduces Cartographer Mika

Developer HoYoverse released a new Genshin Impact character demo trailer featuring Mika, the Front-Line Surveyor of the Knights of Favonius, and the cartographer.

Mika is a 4-star Cryo Polearm, despite his artwork suggesting he’s a Catalyst. As the most active cartographer at the Knights of Favonius, not only can he wield his polearm and the vision of Cryo in combat, but he can also target enemies with a crossbow and increase attack speed and physical damage of his teammates while using his Elemental Skill. Furthermore, he can further help teammates regain HP constantly with his Elemental Burst.

While being a Front-Line Surveyor sounds simple, the role entails far more than just cartography and taking point. Reconnaissance, healing, combat, and survival… All kinds of unexpected situations are the challenges a Front-Line Surveyor will face in reality, especially when Klee ends up doing one of her…”explosive experiments.” Fortunately, Mika is a modest and prudent young man. Without anyone realizing it, he has already grown into an excellent member that everyone can rely on. Mika will be available in the second phase of Version 3.5’s banners alongside Kamisato Ayaka and Shenhe.

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You can watch Mika’s Character trailer here:

Genshin Impact is a free-to-play open-world adventure RPG that brings players to the visually stunning world of Teyvat. The player takes on the role of the mysterious “Traveler,” who sets off on a journey to discover the fate of their lost sibling and unveils the mysterious secrets of Teyvat along the way.

Starting from Version 3.0, players can explore Sumeru, as well as Mondstadt, Liyue Harbor, and Inazuma, three of the seven major cities in Teyvat, each with unique cultures, stories, and vast surrounding landscapes, and offering a diversity of creatures, monsters, secrets, and hidden treasures for players to discover. Version 3.5 is now available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, PC via the Epic Games Store or Genshin Impact’s official website and mobile via the App Store for iOS and Google Play for Android.

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