Genshin 2.6 Leak Ayato Change In Taunt Mechanic: Ayato’s Elemental Skill will not have any more taunts surrounding enemies, according to recent Genshin Impact 2.6 leaks. This change is not really conveyed in the game’s language, new gameplay leaks reveal that the ability no longer has a taunt mechanic attached to it. His Elemental Skill now only delivers damage to adjacent adversaries when it creates a watery illusion.
While gamers are busy practicing the game’s new features, data-miners are revealing extra details. A character enhancement is only natural given that Ayato is soon to be introduced in the game. Ayato’s skills are being buffed on a regular basis in the 2.6 beta, which is currently in progress. The new Genshin Ayato buffs include the Elemental Burst buff, constellations buff, passives buff, and more.
Genshin 2.6 Leak Ayato Change In Taunt Mechanic
According to recent leaks, the new Genshin Impact Ayato skill updates, which were initially leaked by Nico from Ayato Mains. The new Genshin Impact 2.6 leak only displays the new language for Ayato’s Elemental Skill in the game. Other leakers, such as Yukikami and Ubatcha, have also exposed the Genshin Ayato Taunt Change gameplay.
This gaming leak is only seven seconds long. It is, however, lengthy enough in Genshin Impact 2.6 for players to notice his Elemental Skill. He leaves a watery illusion shortly before the Ruin Guard begins its attack motion.
The Ruin Guard moves fast to face the player and leaps at them, oblivious to the watery illusions. Mona’s Elemental Skill, for example, would force the Ruin Guard to be hostile towards its position rather than the player’s. As a result, Ayato’s Elemental Skill is no longer able to incite surrounding opponents.
There’s always time before Genshin Impact 2.6 update will be launched, so his Elemental Skill could change again. The release date for Genshin Impact 2.6 is set for March 30, 2022, with many weeks of probable revisions in between.