Standard banners As is, there's only one and it doesn't have an expiration date. Banners in typically last about three weeks. This means that two different sets of banners appear in most updates. For example, version 1.6 banners include a replay of Klee and then the long-awaited of the Kazuha to complete the latest :-) content.
Because the updates last about six weeks until a new version arrives, this makes a lot of sense and may explain why MiHoYo implements this type of programming. banners adhere to a fairly regular schedule. Each update comes with a new (or two) that lasts three weeks, followed by a :-) second phase that also lasts three weeks (barring any delay), at which time a major new update will be released. regularly has three gacha banners for players to want.
The is permanent and rarely changes. However, the two event banners usually rotate their 5- and 4-star standout releases in the game. 2.6 has introduced a new , as well as a replay of one of the fan-favorite characters. Limited banners :-) last about three weeks before another five-star limited can be obtained.
The is your one-stop shop for everything you need for when you start. offerings range from characters to weapons. Each wish will give you one of the two and will :-) cost you . I wouldn't mind so much if they rotated the rate hikes for the 4-star so that everyone gets their own solo rating, but unfortunately.
Fortunately, MiHoYo has started introducing repeats quite often, offering players another chance to add rare characters to their :-) teams. PVC banners are outdoor signs that can be used for advertising purposes in places where there is high visibility. For the , if you endure 89 spins without getting a five-star reward, we guarantee you something with five stars on your 90th pull. The next will be released on August 2 and will be a repeat of the Yoimiya , as part of the second phase of 2, 8.However, making wishes cost Primogems or Fates, so it's important to :-) know when the new banners arrive and when the old ones are coming to an end.
If you manage to do so in your 27th print run, you'll save three gems that you can use on another . The two highlighted five-star weapons typically correspond to the current in the event . Short banners are bad for the general :-) consumer because there :-) is a fear of missing something, there is not enough time for people who make numerical crises to really test the and get final results, etc. It also gives me time to have fun with the new if I get it early on the before the next one arrives.
The gives you the chance to bring out a five-star in the current . Past a certain point I think it would make sense for them to put up a couple of banners at a time or something like that, since the demand for replays is only going to go up, and I feel like people's fomo-earnings panic buying characters before they leave has diminishing returns after a while. sooner or later, you're simply preventing people from spending money while waiting for the ever-longer payback period for specific characters. If you want to form a unique , you might want to take a look at the of weapons from the event.