Honkai Star Rail announces increased drop rates for Imbibitor Lunae and her Light Cone
Honkai: Star Rail has announced improved drop rates for the Imbibitor Lunae and her Light Cone during their event. Honkai: Star Rail Version 1.3 arriv...
Honkai: Star Rail has announced improved drop rates for the Imbibitor Lunae and her Light Cone during their event. Honkai: Star Rail Version 1.3 arrived at the end of August with a lot of new content and characters that players have been waiting for.
Honkai: Star Rail Version 1.3 has added new Stagnant Shadow stages with rewards to level up players' characters. Additionally, thousands of Stellar Jade are now available for fans after the latest update. As for the characters, Honkai: Star Rail has introduced the five-star character Imbibitor Lunae and Fu Xuan, as well as the four-star character Lynx. For players planning to pull for Imbibitor Lunae, there is good news in Honkai: Star Rail.
Honkai: Star Rail has announced that the drop rates for Imbibitor Lunae's banner have been increased until its end on September 20th. Players now have a higher chance of recruiting the imaginary character, the fourth character of its kind in Honkai: Star Rail. In addition to Imbibitor Lunae, Honkai: Star Rail players also have increased drop rates for the four-star characters Yukong and March 7th, who complete his banner. The arrival of Imbibitor Lunae in Honkai: Star Rail has been eagerly awaited by players, who can now learn more about the character's story and abilities.
Imbibitor Lunae's Light Cone, Brighter Than the Sun, also has increased drop rates during its run, which ends on September 20th. In addition to the improved drop rate for Imbibitor Lunae's Light Cone, Honkai: Star Rail players have a better chance of obtaining the four-star Light Cones Dance! Dance! Dance! and Landau's Choice from the banner. Brighter Than the Sun is the twelfth Light Cone from the Path of Destruction added to Honkai: Star Rail. It is also one of the best Light Cones to unleash Imbibitor Lunae's full power on the battlefield.
Honkai: Star Rail Version 1.3 is divided into two phases, with the next part of the update arriving on September 20th. On that day, players will receive new banners to try their luck, with Fu Xuan and Lynx making their debut in the game. While the trio from Version 1.3 is already confirmed, players are also aware of the trio coming in the next update of Honkai: Star Rail. This version promises to be particularly exciting as the long-awaited Jingliu makes his debut in Honkai: Star Rail, along with Topaz and Guinafen.
Honkai: Star Rail is now available for PC and mobile devices, with a PS5 version scheduled to be released in the fourth quarter of 2023.