Genshin Impact Fontaine map leak has revealed new details about its areas

A new Genshin Impact Fontaine map leak has revealed that lots of rivers and lakes will be introduced as the region's areas.

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Genshin Impact Fontaine map leak

A new area in Genshin Impact is called Fontaine. Fontaine's NPCs imply that the area values technology, culture, and the arts. The Hydro Archon, who is thought to be a Focalors, is in charge of the area, but nothing else is known about her at this time.

Genshin Impact Fontaine is renowned for its scientific marvels as well as the enigmatic Hydro Archon. It is loosely based on an interpretation of France during the Industrial Revolution and the Belle Époque.

Ten Fontaine character models who are expected to subsequently join the playable roster have reportedly been revealed, according to a leak. These brand-new Genshin Impact Fontaine characters include Chief Justice Neuvillette, Hydro Archon or Focalors, Lynette, and Lyney.

Well, adding to the characters' leak, we have a new hypothetical Fontaine region map that has surfaced thanks to a fresh leak.

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A new version of the Genshin Impact Fontaine map leaked

There are numerous regions in Genshin Impact, including Mondstadt, Liyue, Inazuma, Sumeru, Fontaine, Natlan, and Snezhnaya.

The Sumeru arc of Genshin Impact is gradually reaching a close, which means it's time for a new significant region to join the game. Fontaine, also known as the Hydro country, will be the fifth location to be added to Teyvat's explorable territory, according to one of the game's initial tale teasers.

The Fontaine region of Genshin Impact has yet to be officially released by miHoYo, but the community anticipates it to do so alongside Version 4.0 sometime in the summer of 2023.

The first possible Fontaine map is shown in a new post on the Genshin subreddit. Based on the new terrain model that was included in the most recent version 3.6, this new Fontaine map was created.

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According to previous Fontaine leaks, the main city of Fontaine will reportedly be tethered to a vertical platform and encircled by waterfalls.

The new image shows that the Fontaine map will now be covered with rivers and lakes, which makes sense given that Hydro is the region's emblematic element.

Overlaying the latest 3.6 satellite with the 4.0 (Fontaine) datapoints
by u/Substantial_Fan_9582 in Genshin_Impact_Leaks

Also, two new areas of the Sumeru desert have been included as part of the continuing update and these two areas are anticipated to be the Dendro nation's final two expansions. Adding to this, HoYoverse opted to alter the placeholder model for the land that can be seen but not reached from Sumeru's newly added deserts because these areas are anticipated to border the Fontaine map.

Credible leakers have also reported that Sandrone and Arlecchino, two well-known members of the Eleven Fatui Harbingers, will portray the key opponents in this location.

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The Sumeru story will soon come to a conclusion, so that's all we have to say at this time about the Genshin Impact Fontaine region. However, gamers who are impatient to embark on the Traveler's next adventure won't have to wait too long.

The Genshin 3.8 beta may provide us with new information and validate rumors on the Fontaine map as leaks suggest that we will receive the Genshin 4.0 update along with the new Fontaine region after version 3.8.


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