Genshin Impact Aloy Leak Shows Off Ultimate Ability

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Genshin Impact Aloy Leak Shows Off Ultimate Ability

August 4, 2021

By: Robert N. Adams

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miHoYo
Publisher
miHoYo
Release Date
September 28, 2020
Genre
Action
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Genshin Impact Aloy link has popped up online, showing a bit of gameplay of the Horizon Zero Dawn character coming to Mihoyo's RPG on PC, PlayStation, Android, and iOS sometime next month.

Genshin Impact is all about collecting cool new characters, some of whom are even voiced by popular Twitch streamers. However, pretty much all of these new character releases were original creations. That's why the reveal that Aloy would be coming with Genshin Impact 2.1 was a big surprise — and now we've got a first look at some of her moves.

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The Genshin Impact Aloy Leak Looks Pretty Cool

The Genshin Impact Aloy leak comes in the form of a video submitted to Reddit (and mirrored on YouTube). Unfortunately, the video is only 18 seconds long.

 
 

The video opens with Aloy throwing a grenade-like projectile which explodes and spreads into six blue orbs on the ground. The player then changes over to another character and vacuums up all of the orbs with a Wind ability, pulling all of them together into a tight cluster.

The player then switches back to Aloy and we get to see a pretty darn cool Ultimate animation. Aloy gets a mini cutscene where she spins around, charges up a glowing arrow, and fires her bow. That bow causes a projectile to travel straight ahead through the air and cause a massive explosion. The orbs on the ground were unaffected by the attack.

It's not quite clear how these orbs will work; presumably, they'll function similar to Klee's mini bombs in some fashion. For now, there's not much else to do other than wait for Aloy's release; in the meantime, you can play Genshin Impact for free on PC, PlayStation, Android, and iOS via its official website.

What do you think of the animations shown off in the Genshin Impact Aloy leak? Do you think Mihoyo did a good job of adapting the character to their art style? Let us know in the comments below!

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