• Update 1.2 is now live on "Genshin Impact"
  • Players can now explore the new Dragonspine region
  • A new leak surfaced online revealing some details about update 1.3

"Genshin Impact" update 1.2 introduced the new Dragonspine region and a lot of new content for players to enjoy. While the update is just a few days old, some details about the content of update 1.3 have already been leaked online. The leak spilled all weapons allegedly coming to the game sometime in January 2021.

The latest details about the game's update 1.3 came from the reliable industry inside NEP NEP. On Twitter, the insider shared several images of all the weapons allegedly coming to the hit gacha title next year. The leak mentioned several bows to be introduced in update 1.3, including Bakufu, Kunwu, Moonfall and Monstad Wildsith.

Aside from upcoming bows, players could also look forward to new catalysts in the game. This includes Bakufu, Kaliedo, Narukami and Wildsith. New swords like Bakufu, Boreas, Kunwu and Morax are also arriving in the game, according to the leak.

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There are also new claymores and polearms coming to "Genshin Impact." This includes Appease, Morax, Widsith and Regicide. A new catalyst dubbed as Jade is also arriving in the hit gacha game in January if the latest leak is to go by.

Interestingly, the insider warned fans to temper their expectations of these alleged weapons. According to NEP NEP, these weapons are still in development, which means miHoYo might make some changes to them before their official release in the game. The insider is a trusted name in the community because of the accuracy of the information he previously shared.

However, just like all other leaks, these details are not official and are yet to be confirmed. miHoYo has not yet said anything about this leak or about update 1.3 of "Genshin Impact." Players should take these leaked details with a pinch of salt.

miHoYo released update 1.2 on Dec. 22 and unlocked the highly anticipated Dragonspine region. The devs also introduced new events, new characters, new weapons, new activities, and new system in the popular ARPG title.

"Genshin Impact" is currently available on various gaming platforms such as PC, PS4, iOS and Android devices. The game is also in development for Nintendo Switch and PS5.