Here’s everything you need to know about the upcoming 5-star Neuvillette, including his leaked kit, abilities and weapon.
A new wave of excitement is sweeping through the Genshin Impact community as Neuvillette leaks begin to surface. Known as the Chief Justice of the Fontaine region, Neuvillette’s impending arrival in Genshin Impact update 4.1 has fans eagerly anticipating his gameplay and abilities. Let’s dive into the leaked details about Neuvillette’s kit, skills, and more.
Neuvillette’s Release Date
Neuvillette’s prominence in the Fontaine region and his association with the Chief Justice role has made him one of the most anticipated characters in Genshin Impact. Developer HoYoverse’s official splash art has confirmed his presence in the upcoming 4.1 update, which is coming at the start of September. Neuvillette won’t be the only newcomer in this update, as a Cryo user named Wriothesley will also release alongside him.
He will also receive a 5-star signature weapon on the Epitome of Invocation alongside his release. This Catalyst has a CRIT DMG bonus stat and synergises with his charged attack-oriented playstyle.
Neuvillette Leaks – Abilities
The leaked information about Neuvillette’s kit sheds light on his playstyle and abilities. We have confirmation that Neuvillette will be a 5-star Hydro DPS character, wielding a Catalyst as his weapon. His ascension stat is rumoured to be Crit DMG, hinting at him having a DPS role. This aligns with his reliance on Charged Attacks to deal damage. We also got to see a glimpse into his kit and abilities.
Neuvillette’s kit centres around his Charged Attack, unleashing a powerful Hydro beam that will last x seconds. His Normal Attack involves summoning Hydro attacks with his Cane, delivering up to three damage-inflicting strikes. His Charged Attack, “Equitable Judgement,” presents a unique new playstyle.
Neuvillette can charge his Normal Attack, forming a “Seal of Arbitration” in the process. During this phase, he can move around and manipulate the attack’s direction and also absorb Sourcewater Droplets within his area of effect, speeding up the charging process and healing a portion of his max HP. If the charge completes, Neuvillette releases an AoE Hydro attack.
Neuvillette Elemental Skill
Neuvillette’s Elemental Skill unleashes “Raging Tides,” dealing AoE Hydro damage to enemies in his path. This skill also generates Sourcewater Droplets that can be consumed during his Charged Attack. Notably, the Elemental Skill’s damage scales with Neuvillette’s max HP, encouraging a focus on HP% in his builds.
Neuvillette Elemental Burst
Neuvillette’s Elemental Burst, “O Tides, I Have Returned,” delivers a cascade of Rupturing Waves upon enemies, inflicting AoE Hydro damage. After a brief interval, the burst continues with additional waterfalls descending on enemies, dealing further Hydro damage in a smaller AoE. This skill generates six Sourcewater Droplets on the field and, like his other abilities, scales with Neuvillette’s max HP.
Neuvillette Synergy and Team Comps
The leaked information hints at Neuvillette’s potential synergies with various DPS units, such as Yoimiya, Childe, or Eula, due to his ability to increase the damage of the on-field character’s Normal Attacks with his Elemental Burst. Many fans are intrigued by the possibility of Neuvillette wielding Hydro powers without a Vision, similar to the main characters Lumine and Aether.
While leaks provide insights into Neuvillette’s potential gameplay, it’s crucial to approach them with scepticism. Developers at HoYoverse could still alter the character’s abilities before the official release. Nonetheless, the leaked information has stoked the fires of excitement within the Genshin Impact community, and players can’t wait to experience Neuvillette’s unique playstyle and abilities in action.
That’s all we know about the Neuvillette leaks that showcase his abilities and playstyle. Stay tuned for further updates, and official reveals as the release of Genshin Impact 4.1 draws near.