Genshin Impact’s Eula Is Filled With Booze And Vengeance (VIDEO)
With Yanfei having graced Genshin Impact players with her presence and her legal expertise since a few weeks prior, the latest character coming to the popular gacha game is none other than Eula, the Spindrift Knight. In celebration of her impending arrival, developer miHoYo has released a new Genshin Impact character teaser trailer that showcases the Mondstadt aristocrat, well, drinking alone at a local tavern.
Game developer miHoYo took to Youtube today to release the new character teaser trailer for Eula. Titled “Eula: Midnight Encounter at the Tavern,” the video opens with Eula thanking the Traveler for sitting at her table, lamenting her loneliness whilst attributing it to her family’s dark history. Following this exchange, viewers are treated to a brief history of Mondstadt’s three most prominent families, and how Eula’s family – the Lawrence clan – fell into obscurity. Check it out below:
After an interesting ‘My eyes are up here’ moment, Eula lets out a rather adorable sneeze, which helps serve as a reminder that miHoYo is doing its absolute best to make you fall in love with her, whether you want to or not. Fans will have their chance to pull for her soon enough, as Eula is expected to make her debut in the coming weeks within the game’s current Version 1.5. Afterwards, we can look forward to the game’s first Inazuma character, Kiryu Kazuha.
Genshin Impact is available free-to-play for PC, PS4, PS5, and Android & iOS devices.
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