Genshin Impact 2.4: Enkanomiya Leaks Explained

Genshin Impact Version 2.4 leaks have already begun to circulate online, including details on the hidden region of Enkanomiya. Shortly after the release of Genshin Impact Version 2.3, dataminers shared some information about the features to be included in 2.4 on various social media platforms. The leaks mainly focus on the specific characters, events, and a new region included in the next update. Although the leaks are yet to be officially confirmed, various aspects from Genshin Impact\’s prior and current versions may support these claims.

Genshin Impact leakers have remained active online since the initial release, as some fans are curious about the characters and features available in the next update. Leakers may be among the Genshin Impact beta test participants who continue to datamine information despite being prohibited from doing so. With the launch of Genshin Impact 2.4 beta test, leaks spread quickly online as to what to expect in the following update.

One of the leaks showed the addition of the Enkanomiya region in Genshin Impact\’s 2.4 update. Although Enkanomiya has been rumored to arrive since the Genshin Impact 2.1 update, some fans were surprised to learn that Enkanomiya will be revealed before The Chasm. However, Enkanomiya has been referenced numerous times in Inazuma\’s world quests and items, implying that the area will be explorable eventually. The legend associated with Enkanomiya is intriguing and reveals a great deal about the history of Watatsumi island and Inazuma in Genshin Impact, so it will be thrilling to explore this region in the next update if the leaks are accurate.

Genshin Impact: What The Leaks Have Revealed About The Enkanomiya Region

Since the introduction of Watatsumi Island and the \”Moon-Bathed Deep\” world quest series, assumptions regarding the Enkanomiya region\’s accessibility have been a topic of discussion for some Genshin Impact fans. The excitement surrounding Enkanomiya is reminiscent of the period before the Dragonspine region in Mondstadt was unveiled and was just a rumor. Currently, the community of dataminers has provided information confirming Enkanomiya\’s inclusion in the Genshin Impact 2.4 update. As a result, the anticipation ​in Enkanomiya as a potential explorable region in the future continues to grow among fans of Genshin Impact.

Twitter user Ubatcha, a well-known Genshin Impact dataminer account online, revealed that the Enkanomiya region would be home to a new world boss. Although there is no further information detailing the attributes of the new boss, the addition of a new opponent might mean new Artifacts and Ascension materials unless the leak is confirmed in the future. Another dataminer, Project Celestia, reported that Enkanomiya is divided into nine subareas and that the environment of Enkanomiya changes appearance with each alternate time cycle, Evernight and Whitenight. Showing an unusual environment might seem to be the typical case of extended regions in each nation in Teyvat. This is particularly evident in Genshin Impact\’s Dragonspine, a Mondstadt extended region, where the mountainous region is uninhabitable due to the area\’s exceptionally cold climate. Likewise, if Enkanomiya does become an explorable place, the alternating time cycle might be incorporated as its unusual feature.

Online leaks concerning Enkanomiya are subject to change, as they appear to come from the beta test version of Genshin Impact 2.4. Players may have to wait until January to gain access to the 2.4 version\’s specific features. Nonetheless, previous quests and certain components from Watatsumi Island may support these claims regarding the mysterious region of Enkanomiya.

Genshin Impact: Are The Enkanomiya Leaks True?

In Genshin Impact Version 2.1, players were welcomed to the region of Watatsumi Island, the home of the Sangonomiya, and soldiers of the Resistance. This Inazuma area in Genshin Impact is rich with incredible legends relating to Teyvat\’s ancient history. The \”Moon-Bathed Deep\” world quest series provides not just puzzles but also narratives about Watatsumi island\’s origins. The quest series consists of six missions in which an NPC named Tsuyuko joins the Traveler in breaking the seals on five Goshou rocks and obtaining the Key of the Moon-Bathed Deep to enter Enkanomiya.

Residents of Watatsumi Island were formerly stranded in the depths of the sea known as Byakuya no Kuni, which is now renowned as Enkanomiya. The hidden region is situated near the Sangonomiya Shrine. Byakuya no Kuni translates as \”Land of the White Night, Midnight Sun\” in Japanese. Though no remark of Enkanomiya\’s alternating time cycle has been mentioned in the quest and other sources, the translation may confirm the claims of the Genshin Impact 2.4 leaks. According to the Coral Branch of Distant Sea Ascension material, Orobashi, the great serpent god with a fluorescent body covered in myriad-colored coral, first appeared within the nation of ever-night, referring to Byakuya no Kuni. A dragon, known as the Dragonheir of the Depths, once terrorized the people of Byakuya no Kuni.

The residents mainly rely on the meager light of Orobashi to avoid the claws of the Dragonheir of the Depths. This was explained further in the Jade Branch of a Distant Sea Ascension material description, which tells that the serpent god severed all the coral branches on its body to provide light to the children in the darkness. Moreover, the coral branches of Orobashi were used to construct a massive ladder for the children to reach the surface above Byakuya no Kuni and created the Watatsumi Island in Genshin Impact for them to inhabit. The Dragonheir of the Depth or the Abyssal Dragonheir may likely be an abyssal monster, based on its name. With leaks stating that Genshin Impact 2.4 will have a new boss as part of Enkanomiya, the new boss referred might be the Dragonheir of the Depth.

While the Enkanomiya leaks may seem plausible to happen in Genshin Impact 2.4 update, some fans tend to be skeptical of the authenticity of the leaks. One reason is that some anticipated The Chasm, an extended region of Liyue, to be revealed in 2.4, considering that the location has been included on Teyvat\’s map, although unexplored, since the first release. Furthermore, the official announcement of Liyue characters Shenhe and Yun Jin implies that additional storylines in 2.4 will revolve around Liyue, maybe including The Chasm in Genshin Impact. However, no official sources are verifying this claim.

Genshin Impact 2.4 is still a long way ahead since the 2.3 update is still in its earlier phase and will take six weeks before it concludes. Nonetheless, it is intriguing to speculate and learn what the following versions may bring. Enkanomiya is just one of the regions to anticipate as more nations uncover in Genshin Impact.

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