Genshin Impact Leak: Dendro and Electro Reaction buff base Damage: With Genshin Impact‘s Version 3.0 update. Which widely expect to introduce the new nation of Sumeru and the Dendro Element.
Less than a season away, leakers have dropping a few hints about how Dendro works in battle.
Nearly two years after Genshin’s official release, introducing a new playable Element will necessitate careful balancing to ensure that it works well with existing Reactions and meets players’ expectations.
The names of two Dendro Reactions were previously leaked: Overgrown and Intensified. In a new leak shared by Twitter leaker @Genshin Intel, the latter, which occurs when Dendro and Electro react to each other, further elaborate on.
According to the leak, when one element (Dendro or Electro) activates Intensified on a target, the other Element gains increased Base Damage against the target for the next seven seconds.
Genshin Impact Leak: Dendro and Electro Reaction buff base Damage
- Base Damage Increase = Level Multiplier x [(1+5 x EM) / (EM + 1200)] is the formula for this increase.
- Damage has a standard internal cooldown, so it only procs every 2.5 to 3 seconds.
In addition, @Genshin Intel shared a resource from the KeqingMains Theorycrafting Library that explains how base Damage works. It considers a character’s Damage output after subtracting buffs and other bonuses.
To put it another way, Intensified will cause the following:
Electro characters will receive a base Damage buff if you apply Dendro to them.
Dendro characters will receive a base Damage buff if you apply Electro to them.
While this sounds great on paper, the community has yet to form a firm opinion on how Intensified performs in battle due to Dendro’s absence from the test servers.
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