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

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

Genshin Impact version 2.0 released on July 21, 2021 and it introduced a whole new region known as Inazuma and three playable characters Ayaka, Sayu and Yoimiya. Along with that the new update has also introduced new enemies in the Inazuma region. The Perpetual Mechanical Array is a new boss in the Inazuma region. Players can find this new Pyro boss 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. Perpetual Mechanical Array Genshin Impact – defeat Perpetual Mechanical Array –  Pyro boss Genshin Impact 2.0 – 

Defeating the Perpetual Mechanical Array is very important for players as beating this mechanical giant will reward players with the perpetual heart. This is one of the items that is needed along with Sakura bloom in order to upgrade Ayaka. Perpetual Mechanical Array attacks in two phases and is quite tricky to defeat one.

How to defeat the Perpetual Mechanical Array?

Perpetual Mechanical Array is a Pyro Boss, so players are advised to gear up with an Electro Traveler and a Hydro Character to combat using the potential of Elemental Reaction. The fight starts for players as defeating a single target, but after the player manages to decrease the boss’s health by 40%, the Perpetual Mechanical Array gets divided into four different pieces which are jellyfish, snake, spider and a collection of triangles.

Perpetual Mechanical Array Attack – Phase I

Perpetual Mechanical Array attacks in several ways and players need to get ready to deal with as much damage as possible. But this attack can be avoided once players read the pattern of the attacks. The Perpetual Mechanical Array uses five different types of attacks, starting with the boss transforming into a rocket and blasts into the air, then it tries to drop on the players. This attack is fairly easy to dodge as it takes some time for the boss to take off. In the next attack, the boss turns to a spinning top and causes damage to anything that comes in its way, dashing will be an optimal option for players to avoid damage. Players can choose the same way to avoid the third attack in which Perpetual Mechanical Array tries to hit the players with a laser beam.

The most powerful attack of them all is the blade attack, the boss tries to slice the players with its powerful blades. This attack is hard to avoid because of its great speed and players will have to deal with heavy damage and is advised to activate some kind of shield.

Perpetual Mechanical Array Attack – Phase II

After players finally manage to bring down the health of the Perpetual Mechanical Array to about 60%, the boss will divide itself into four creatures which resemble a snake, spider, jellyfish and some triangles. Each of them continues to attack in the same pattern as the main boss. Players are advised to look for the glowing balls that are dropped by the jellyfish, these glowing balls help to increase some health. Players need to defeat one of its forms to bring the Perpetual Mechanical Array in a vulnerable state where players can put out the maximum damage possible, which will ultimately defeat the Pyro Boss.

Rewards after beating the Perpetual Mechanical Array?

After successfully defeating the Pyro Boss, Players are rewarded with a ton of Ascension Materials which include Shivada Jade Chunk, Shivada Jade Fragment, Shivada Jade Silver, Shivada Jade Gemstone, Prithiva Topaz Chunk, Prithiva Topaz Fragment, Prithiva Topaz Silver, Prithiva Topaz Gemstone and Yes! The Perpetual Heart.

Players also get a bunch of Artifacts which include The Exile, Wanderer’s Troupe, Lucky Dong, Gladiator’s Finale, Berserker and Prayers to Springtime.

Also Read: Genshin Impact Version 2.0 releases Thunder Sojourn: Everything you need to know about the first event in the Inazuma region

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