Check out the top 3 most powerful enemies in Genshin Impact

Check out the top 3 most powerful enemies in Genshin Impact
Check out the top 3 most powerful enemies in Genshin Impact

Check out the top 3 most powerful enemies in Genshin Impact: Players have already started exploring Genshin Impact version 2.0 with the introduction of a new region known as Inazuma and plenty of Artifacts, enemies, new characters and much more. The game is full of various kinds of enemies ranging from weak Slime to incredibly powerful bosses. As players level up in Genshin Impact, they face new enemies. Here are the top 3 most powerful enemies in Genshin Impact:

1.      Perpetual Mechanical Array

 

 

 

 

Perpetual Mechanical Array is a Pyro Boss and players can get to it by climbing to the top of a hill on Jinren Island, where they can find a portal that will teleport them to the Perpetual Mechanical Array. The Pyro boss attacks in two phases and is quite tricky to defeat one. Players are advised to gear up with an Electro Traveler and a Hydro Character to combat using the potential of Elemental Reaction.

2.      Electrohammer Vangaurd

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Electrohammer Vangaurd is one of the strongest enemies in Genshin Impact and probably the bulkiest of them all. It is mainly known for its mighty shield which takes much longer to wear down than normal enemies. Not only do they possess a powerful defense, their attacks can cause massive damage to players even with properly leveled characters.

3.      Thunderhelm Lawachurl

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thunderhelm Lawachurl is a huge sized beast that can potentially kill your character in one single strike also known as the big leap slam. In Spite of its mighty attack, the Thunderhelm Lawarchurl isn’t very strong in defense. Players are advised to keep safe distance from its jump attacks, which can cause heavy damage on the character’s HP.

Also Read: How to defeat the Perpetual Mechanical Array in Genshin Impact 2.0: Everything you need to know

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