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Genshin Impact 2.0 Inazuma enemies: All new upcoming monsters

Here is the list of all new enemies coming with the Genshin Impact 2.0 update.
Genshin Impact 2.0 Inazuma enemies: All new upcoming monsters

Genshin Impact offers a plentitude of monsters differing in terms of element, attack pattern, group, aesthetics, etc. And, with the arrival of the version 2.0 update, "The Immovable God and the Eternal Euthymia," we are getting new monsters ranging from bosses to normal-type enemies. 

The Inazuma update will introduce new monsters with more base HP than the ones found in Liyue and Mondstadt. They have improved AI, and they deal a lot of damage. The new enemies can easily overwhelm you with never seen attacks in no time.

With the arrival of new monsters, we also have new drop items that players need to upgrade and ascend upcoming playable characters. In the wake of that, knowing about the new monsters is a must-thing and to help you out - we have made a list of new monsters coming with the Inazuma update.

New monsters coming with the Inazuma update

Here are the new monsters coming with Genshin Impact 2.0 update. 

Boss Type Enemies 

The Inazuma update will introduce two new boss-type enemies -

Pyro Hypostasis 

Genshin Impact 2.0 Pyro Hypostasis
Pyro Hypostasis (Picture: miHoYo)

Pyro Hypostasis is the fifth hypostasis type enemy to get added in the game. Currently, we have Geo, Anemo, Electro, and Cryo hypostasis. Players can find the pyro hypostasis in the Kannazuka area of Inazuma.

Perpetual Mechanical Array

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Perpetual Mechanical Arrya (Picture: miHoYo)

The Perpetual Mechanical Array is a new type of enemy that shares similarities to a hypostasis. However, it is more aggressive than any hypostasis, and it can take different forms, adapting to the environment, making sure to give you a hard fight. Players can find the Perpetual Mechanical Array boss on Narukami Island.

Normal Enemies - Nobushi

Genshin Impact 2.0 update Nobushi
Nobushi (Picture: miHoYo)

Nobushis are normal-type enemies you will find in Inazuma. They are said to be samurai who have chosen the path of banditry. What is most interesting about the Nobushi is that you can even see them fighting Fatui and Treasure Hoarders. Here are the different types of Nobushi whom you will encounter while exploring Inazuma.

Nobushi: Hitsukeban 

  • Use a sword and saltpetre powder attacks. 

Nobushi: Jintouban 

  • Adept at swordsmanship, they deal melee damage. 

Nobushi: Kikouban 

  • The cunning ones who use a crossbow to catch players off-guard. 

Normal Enemies - Kairagi 

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The two Kairagis (Picture: miHoYo)

The Kairagis are a new elite type of enemies - wandering samurais who can use long-lost art to imbue their blade with elemental power. With the Inazuma update, we will get two versions of Kairagi:

Kairagi: Fiery Might 

  • Uses Pyro attacks

Kairagi: Dancing Thunder

  • Uses Lightning attacks

Mirror Maiden 

Mirror Maiden Genshin Impact 2.0 update
Mirror Maiden using her hydro mirror attack (Picture: miHoYo)

After the Cicin mages, the Mirror Maiden from Fatui has piqued the interest of most Genshin Impact players. Mirror Maiden is a new elite enemy who uses Hydro mirrors to surround players - unleashing a barrage of attacks.  

We also have normal enemies from the Hilichurl family affected by the Electro anomaly - giving them electro characteristics. 

The update 2.0 of Genshin Impact will be available on 21st July 2021.

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