Honkai: Star Rail is now available for both PC and mobile devices. Versions for PS4 and PS5 are currently in development
The sales figures for the first day of the Honkai: Star Rail Limited Banner featuring Imbibitor Lunae on iOS devices in the Chinese server exceeded $...
The sales figures for the first day of the Honkai: Star Rail Limited Banner featuring Imbibitor Lunae on iOS devices in the Chinese server exceeded $9 million, indicating a promising revenue potential for the game.
Imbibitor Lunae is a new five-star character in the game, possessing significant potential for high damage per second and solid survivability while focusing on attack power. Players should strategically combine him with Harmony supporters to achieve optimal performance.
The game updates include unique event character banners, and with the introduction of additional playable characters, future banners are expected to feature multiple five-star units. Players can obtain a guaranteed five-star item by purchasing a special Star Rail Pass within 90 wishes.
A Honkai: Star Rail chart illustrates the performance of the ongoing Limited Banner featuring Imbibitor Lunae on its first day in terms of revenue. The game updates can be divided into two parts, each of which includes a unique event character banner currently featuring one five-star character and three four-star characters.
Once the game has accumulated a significant number of playable characters, it is expected that the event character banners of Honkai: Star Rail will likely feature more than one five-star unit. To make wishes on this banner, players will need to use a special Star Rail Pass, guaranteeing them a five-star item within 90 wishes.
Honkai: Star Rail's new update 1.3 has finally arrived, signaling the arrival of a new group of limited characters vying for their chance on the game's event banner. The first part of the update introduces the five-star character Imbibitor Lunae, who is a special dragon form of the previously introduced character Dan Heng. A chart from the popular website called HonkaiLab reveals the sales figures of Imbibitor Lunae on the first day. According to the chart, the Dan Heng Imbibitor Lunae banner was able to generate over $9 million in revenue in just one day. It should also be noted that the chart includes data only from iOS devices on the Chinese server of the game, indicating that the total revenue is even higher.
The game introduced Imbibitor Lunae as the High Elder of Luofu, carrying the legacy of the Azure Dragon. According to Star Rail's official storyline, he is also known as the Guardian of the Ambrosial Arbor, an ancient artifact implanted on the Xianzhou Luofu, which is one of the six flagship vessels of the Hexafleet. After being banished from the Xiangzhou Alliance, Dan Heng had to conceal his true identity.
Although they are the same individual, Imbibitor Lunae is a distinct persona from Dan Heng, which means players are allowed to use both of them on the battlefield. He follows the path of destruction, signifying that Imbibitor Lunae possesses significant potential for high damage per second and solid survivability. His power is closely tied to his attack value, which is why players should strive to surround him with Harmony supporters.
He also exhibits strong synergy with characters who follow the paths of Nullity, Abundance, and Preservation. The Epochal Spectrum event banner also features a solid lineup of four-star characters, including the Fire Harmony user Asta, the Starter Support March 7th, and the Imaginary Harmony character Yukong.
Honkai: Star Rail is now available for both PC and mobile devices. Versions for PS4 and PS5 are currently in development.