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Genshin Impact: A glitch in Xiao leaves players confused

Players finding the glitch weird

Exploration is one of the key aspects of Genshin Impact. Adding a new region to explore is certainly one of the most exciting things for most casual Genshin Impact players. The Inazuma islands have been brought to the game after waiting for a long time. The game’s popularity lies in its open-world aspect. So the developer miHoYo keeps on adding geographically diverse terrains with each update. But a recent glitch in one of the fan-favorite regions in Genshin Impact for Xiao has created a weird experience for the gamers.

Genshin Impact Xiao glitch: Details of the issue

This isn’t the first time players are experiencing a glitch in Genshin Impact. The game’s world is made up of different kinds of terrains. Players have encountered the latest glitch. In a recent post on the official Genshin Impact subreddit, there was an interesting video featuring two of the popular characters of the game, Hu Tao and Xiao.

In the clip, they are gliding above on the wind current in Dunyu Ruins. The glitch can be seen in Xiao who is gliding in the air in a swimming motion while Hu Tao seems perfectly normal. According to some, this glitch is triggered in co-op mode when one player swims in the lake and the other solved the puzzle.

This glitch is not completely illogical though because the Dunyu Ruins were filled with water which was removed once an in-game puzzle was solved. However, this glitch has become a big deal for most of the players since Xiao is one of the most popular characters now after the update 2.4

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Xiao in Genshin Impact (Image via miHoYo)

Xiao is one of the best DPS characters and players like using his constellation attack the Conqueror of Evil: Guardian Yaksha. Hopefully, the developers take notice of this situation and get this resolved.

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