After an insider forum report from China, a Genshin Impact leak resurfaced online on Reddit, disclosing new outfits for Diluc and Fischl. This latest leak confirms the past leak’s credibility and other related information. So far, no design concepts have been revealed. Also, the leaks do not specify a specific date for when players will get to see these new outfits.
Neither models nor artwork of the new outfits has been shown in Genshin Impact 2.5, which means the fans will have to wait for a while before seeing the new outfits.
Genshin Impact Fischl and Diluc outfits leak: What we know so far
An image was posted to the Genshin Impact Leaks subreddit showing that there were a number of fake sources associated with the leak, however only one confirmed Diluc and Fischl outfits. Several screenshots are included in the Reddit post. Though they are in Chinese, the leakers are regarded as credible by the community as a whole.
There is no official confirmation of what Fischl’s upcoming costume in Genshin Impact will look like based on leaks, but Diluc’s upcoming outfit is said to resemble his KFC outfit. There was a previous Genshin Impact leak that said the next outfit will be linked to Mondstadt. It’s no coincidence that both Diluc and Fischl are deeply linked to that region, which explains the current leaks.
The projected date for the outfit release
There are no indications of a timeline for when these skins will be available for Diluc and Fischl. It is possible, however, that these skins will appear with the Genshin Impact 2.5 update coming on February 16.
Nevertheless, with so little information, and these new outfits pretty much confirmed for Diluc and Fischl, the question still remains how travelers will be able to obtain them. As per our shot in the dark, the latest event rewards came up as free event rewards so these new outfits for Diluc and Fischl can come up as a free event reward. So few words, a lot of questions to answer, this mystery can only be solved after a few more leaks or tweets making our assumptions more solid.