A Genshin Impact chart showed the big difference between the overall banner sales of the Wanderer and Itto in the first part of the 3.3 update.
A Genshin Impact chart showing the huge difference between Arataki Itto and Tramp’s overall banner sales. Double Banner is a gacha mechanic introduced back in update 2.3, and it allows players to choose between five-star characters limited to a banner cycle.
The Wanderer, formerly known as Scaramouche, is a new Genshin Impact character to the roster after serving as the main antagonist in the previous update. Next, the Wanderer also appeared in the first part of version 3.3 with a good 4-star lineup including a new Wind-type character named Faruzan.
The double banner featuring Arataki Itto and the Wanderer has done a great job in terms of sales as it is currently at number 5 on the all-time grossing chart. However, it seems that the revenue is not evenly distributed between the two characters. Reddit user u/RealSuperman00 shared an interesting photo that shows the huge difference between Itto and Tramp sales. According to the data, Itto’s banner only attracted about 8% of total revenue with 10,717 sales. While new lineup additions almost always have higher sales, some fans didn’t expect such a big difference.
The main reason behind this difference is probably because this is the third rerun of Arataki Itto and the fourth to appear on the overall banner. He’s also a decent DPS character whose skill set revolves around dealing the elemental damage of Lava, which is a fairly uncommon system in the current meta. Even the recent reports by Luo Huan Shenqing show that the best performing formations are the famous Natioanal that rely on triggering elemental reactions that do not involve the element of Lava.
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The new Wind-type character the Wanderer is one of the most anticipated characters since its introduction in update 1.1. This character, formerly known as Scaramouche and Balladeer, is said to be one of the late game bosses in the Genshin Impact storyline. However, after suffering a heavy defeat in plot 3.2, HoYoverse decided to switch him to the front side and equip him with a vision of Wind even though he had controlled the element of Lightning in the past.
Players who missed his first banner appearance may have to wait for the Wanderer’s banner rerun in a few months. Some fans consider the game’s decision to place the Raiden Shogun’s rerun right after the Wanderer’s banner is indeed symbolic as they can be considered siblings since Raiden Ei created both of them. to take on the role of Thunder God.
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