• More rumors about the Inazuma region surfaced online recently
  • Insiders discovered the region's Statue of Seven, among other things
  • When the next patch would arrive remains unknown

It hasn't been long since miHoYo rolled out Update 1.6 on "Genshin Impact" yet leaks and rumors about the next patch's content have already been rife online, with the latest set of leaks revealing Inazuma's version of Statue of Seven, Electroculus, Inazuma name card, Achievements and a lot more.

Details about the Inazuma version of the Statue of the Seven came from industry insider hourlyraiden, who shared the images on Twitter.

According to this tipster, players need to offer a total of 180 Eectroculus to the said statue to reach Level 10. The leaked images also reveal what Baal's statue looks like in the Inazuma region.

Apparently, there is a notable increase in the number of Electroculus that players need to reach a certain level. In Mondstadt, players only need to find 65 Anemoculi to reach Level 10 while in Liyue, the Statue of the Seven requires players to collect 130 Geoculi to make it to the same level. It seems like miHoYo wants players to collect more Oculi each time it introduces a new Statue of the Seven in a new region.

Hu Tao, the 77th Director of the Wangsheng Funeral Parlor - Genshin Impact
Hu Tao, the 77th Director of the Wangsheng Funeral Parlor Genshin Impact

BrazilGenshin, another insider, offered some details about the upcoming Electroculus in "Genshin Impact." On Twitter, the insider shared what the in-game collectible orbs of elemental energy will look like when it officially launches in the hit gacha game. Interestingly, it appears that the Electroculus will be available all over Inazuma just like all other Oculi in the game.

Meanwhile, reliable "Genshin Impact" insider Project Celestia recently shared more details about the highly anticipated Inazuma region. According to them, Inazuma has a name card called Inazuma: Kujou Insignia. It has a purple color scheme, which strongly resembles the theme of the upcoming region. The name card was reportedly found on the game's beta files.

Additionally, the insider bared the list of Achievements that miHoYo would introduce in the upcoming patch, including Continental Explorer, Thunderbolting Across the Land I, Sanctuary Pilgrim, Eternal Thunder, Divine Avatar, Naku Weed Whacker I, Guiding Light I, Shock-Waving Treasure Hunter (I), Welcoming Party, Echo of Fury and Now You're Playing with Power! I.

The release schedule of the next "Genshin Impact" hasn't been officially confirmed. However, based on miHoYo's release pattern, the next patch might roll out in the days nearing the end of July.

In the meantime, fans can check out the teaser trailer of Kazuha, the featured character in the latest banner of the game.