Genshine Impact has become extremely popular in a short period of time and is going to release its 2.2 update soon and soon. The latest leak of Genshin Impact 2.2 reveals the map and locations of Thoma’s Kit and Tsurumi Island. Also Read – Genshine Impact 2.1 Update Released Today: All You Need To Know

In the beta app, Thoma’s Elemental skill has been updated to absorb a different amount of maximum damage. In addition, his fourth constellation now brings a different effect altogether, which will now return 15 energies upon activating his elemental explosion. The game beta now also has a clearer image of Tsurumi Island. Also Read – Genshin Impact 2.1 Update Announced: Check Out New Characters, Islands, Free Primogame Codes, and More

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Maximum DMG Absorption of Blazing Barrier (Lv. 1):
-Old: 23.5% of max HP
-NEW: 19.6% of max HP +1887

Thoma C4:
-Old: Fiery Collapse Hits restore 1 Energy every 0.3 seconds for Thoma.
-NEW: Casting Crimson Oyoroi restores 15 energy for Thoma.

— dim (@dimbreath) September 13, 2021

Thoma will also receive changes to his skills in Genshin Impact 2.2. These changes would include his Blazing Barrier which now absorbs 19.6 percent of Max HP, plus the 1887 in the LV. 1. Casting Elemental Burst will now also give him flat 15 energy.

surumi island

According to various leaks showcasing the island of Tsurumi, which will be released in Genshin Impact 2.2.

I’m not going to post my leak
This time it leaked waffles

— Thoma Effect (@ImpactYoimiya) September 14, 2021

As you can see in the tweet above, the Statue of Seven is located on the eastern side of Tsurumi Island, next to one of the two Waverider waypoints. There are a total of seven teleport waypoints in Serai Island.

Leaked locations for Tsurumi Island include Shirikoro Peak, Chirai Shrine, Oina Beach, Otake Plain, Mount Kanna, Moshiri Ceremonial Site and Wakukau Shoal.


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