Genshin Impact 2.6 Spiral Abyss Leaks – Enemies, Damage Buff, and more


Here is everything we know about the Genshin Impact 2.6 Spiral Abyss from various leaks and the community.

The tough Spiral Abyss challenge of Genshin Impact is the ultimate test of endurance for Travelers, as they journey across numerous floors while defeating waves of monsters for enormous rewards. Travelers will need to bring their best teams while attempting to keep them alive for an extended period of time because they will be clearing enemies in a restricted amount of time.

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Several sources have hinted at changes coming to the special domain in the upcoming update. If the information presented is accurate, these modifications are said to back up prior rumors of characters joining the Genshin Impact 2.6 update.

Spiral Abyss in Genshin Impact
Spiral Abyss in Genshin Impact

Genshin Impact Spiral Abyss 2.6 Leaks – Enemies

Data miners haven’t missed their chance to provide Genshin Impact 2.6 leaks since the beta update was released. The revelations began with Ayato’s gameplay details and have now expanded to include the monster lineup for each chamber of the Spiral Abyss.

According to Genshin Impact 2.6 leaks, the Spiral Abyss domain will be refreshed three times, and enemies will be debuffed for 10 seconds if they are hit with normal attacks, which will greatly help the incoming character Ayato. The following is a list of the Spiral Abyss lineup:

Floor 11 Chamber 1: First Half

  • Blazing Axe Mitachurl
  • Crackling Axe Mitachurl
  • Hydro Samachurl
  • Anemo Samachurl
  • Hilichurl Fighters and Berserkers
  • Pyro and Cryo Hilichurl Shooters
  • Pyro and Cryo Hilichurl Grenadie

Floor 11 Chamber 1: Second Half

  • Treasure Hoarders: Crusher
  • Treasure Hoarders: Pugilist
  • Treasure Hoarders: Gravediggers
  • Treasure Hoarders: Seaman
  • Treasure Hoarders: Marksman
  • Treasure Hoarders: Pyro, Hydro, Electro, and Cryo Potioneers

Floor 11 Chamber 2: First Half

  • Pyro Abyss Mage
  • Large Pyro Slime
  • Large Electro Slime
  • Mutant Electro Slime
  • Fatui Skirmisher: Pyroslinger Bracer
  • Fatui Skirmisher: Cryogunner Legionnaire

Floor 11 Chamber 2: Second Half

  • Fatui Skirmisher: Electrohammer Vanguard
  • Fatui Skirmisher: Hydrogunner Legionnaire
  • Hydro Abyss Mage
  • Large Hydro Slime
  • Large Electro Slime
  • Mutant Electro Slime

Floor 11 Chamber 3:First Half

  • Fatui Pyro Agent
  • Thundercraven Rifthound Whelp

Floor 11 Chamber 3: Second Half

  • Mirror Maiden
  • Fatui Electro Cicin Mage
  • Rockfond Rifthound Whelp

Spiral Abyss Floor 12

Floor 12 Chamber 1: First Half

  • Kairagi: Dancing Thunder
  • Kairagi: Fiery Might
  • Nobushi: Jintouban
  • Nobushi: Hitsukeban
  • Nobushi: Kikouban
  • Treasure Hoarders: Pyro, Hydro, Electro, Cryo Potioneer

Floor 12 Chamber 1: Second Half

  • Ruin Guard

Floor 12 Chamber 2: First Half

  • Cryo Whopperflower
  • Pyro Whopperflower

Floor 12 Chamber 2: Second Half

  • Abyss Lector: Fathomless Flames
  • Abyss Lector: Violet Lightning
  • Abyss Herald: Wicked Torrents

Floor 12 Chamber 3: First Half

  • Abyss Lector: Fathomless Flames

Floor 12 Chamber 3: Second Half

  • Abyss Herald: Wicked Torrents

Genshin Impact Spiral Abyss 2.6 Leaks – Buffs

The first buff is focused on normal attacks and will apply “real DMG” to a debuff that is applied to enemies as a result of normal attacks. As long as Characters keep charging at enemies with their usual attacks, this effect will boost the normal attack DMG. Furthermore, this will stack nine times, benefitting characters who use normal attacks substantially.

The second Spiral Abyss buff is rather simple. When an enemy is hit with a normal attack, the DMG dealt increases by 12% for at least five seconds. Travelers can stack this buff up to five times, and while the effect is measured individually, they should expect to take at least 60% normal attack DMG.

The last buff reduces opponent Elemental Resistance by 6% for six seconds and is useful for those who use Elemental Burst as a normal attack. Characters can inflict DMG on enemies with their normal attacks before activating their Elemental Burst for maximum damage.

Travelers should be able to set up their party around characters who rely on normal attacks to help them conquer Spiral Abyss floors quickly with these benefits in mind. Nonetheless, the information provided by these sources is liable to vary in the lead-up to the 2.6 release, and we’ll keep an eye on this page for further updates.

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