Tartaglia, better known as Childe will be one of the characters featured on the Genshin Impact 2.2 banners. Here are the level-up ascension items you can gather before pulling for the Hydro Vision user.
Genshin Impact updates 2.0 and 2.1 have brought much-needed fresh content after all the previous banner re-runs which kind of felt like filler updates. After numerous new characters like Ayaka, Yoimiya, Raiden Shogun and Sara, we could expect a character drought for the foreseeable future.
The live stream for Version 2.2 also confirmed the banners we're going to see in the upcoming updates. One of them will feature the fan-favourite Tartaglia, also known as Childe and the second banner character will be Hu Tao.
This will be Childe's third banner appearance which would make him the first character to have two banner re-runs. His previous re-run was in Genshin Impac Version 1.4 which was released a couple of months ago.
If you were looking to pull for Childe, we're prepared a list of level-up ascension materials you should gather so your Childe becomes a DPS powerhouse from day one:
- Level 20: Varunada Lazurite Silver (x1), Starconch (x3), Recruit's Insignia (x3), Mora (20k)
- Level 40: Varunada Lazurite Fragment (x3), Cleansing Heart (x2) Starconch (x10), Recruit's Insignia (x10), Mora (40k)
- Level 50: Varunada Lazurite Fragment (x6), Cleansing Heart (x4) Starconch (x20), Sergeant's Insignia (x10), Mora (60k)
- Level 60: Varunada Lazurite Chunk (x3), Cleansing Heart (x8) Starconch (x30), Sergeant's Insignia (x18), Mora (80k)
- Level 70: Varunada Lazurite Chunk (x6), Cleansing Heart (x12) Starconch (x45), Lieutenant's Insignia (x12), Mora (100k)
- Level 80: Varunada Lazurite Gemstone (x6), Cleansing Heart (x20) Starconch (x60), Lieutenant's Insignia (x24), Mora (120k)
Tartaglia, better known as Childe, is one of the strongest DPS characters in the game right now and he can also be used as a sub-DPS. He's a very cool and diverse character thanks to his ability to constantly switch between melee and ranged attacks. Unlike Venti who's playstyle revolves around using his Burst and letting the DPS characters do the hard work, Childe has a much bigger learning curve.