Genshin Impact‘s Hypostatic Symphony event is now on its fourth day. We’re not getting a new boss this time. Instead, the gool ol’ Pure Electro Hypostasis is back for a rematch. Here’s our guide to help you out.
Note: For more information, check out our Hypostatic Symphony event guide as well as our Genshin Impact guides and features hub.
Genshin Impact: Violet Lightning Concerto II – Pure Electro Hypostasis boss guide
The Pure Electro Hypostasis hasn’t changed at all, so the same tactics still apply. Heck, the same characters (Ganyu, Xiangling, Diluc, and Chongyun) are the ones with a +20% damage bonus.
There are only a select few differences here, primarily with the modifiers:
|+50% Pyro resistance||40|
|+50% Physical resistance||40|
|-50% party shield strength||40|
|-50% crit rate for the entire party||50|
|-25% ATK for the active character if HP is above 50%||50|
|+25% damage taken (stacks up to four times) whenever you use an elemental burst||50|
|+100% stamina consumption when sprinting||50|
|+50% boss ATK||60|
|-20% movement speed||60|
|+75% increased damage taken for 10 seconds after sprinting||60|
|+100% elemental skill cooldown||60|
|+20% crit rate and +40% crit damage for the active character when HP is below 50%||-50 (deducted from score; also affected by multiplier)|
|+80% energy recharge rate for entire party||-50 (deducted from score; also affected by multiplier)|
Like before, I decided to use Ganyu to snipe the boss. It’s even better now since the boss doesn’t have a Cryo resistance modifier.
I managed to get 3,870 points in the Violet Lightning Concerto II challenge, and I’m totally okay with that.
Oh, and if you’ve been getting decent scores during Genshin Impact‘s Hypostatic Symphony event, check the rewards panel.
There’s a good chance that you can already obtain the Celebration: Hypostasis name card.
Genshin Impact is available via its official website. For more information, check out our Hypostatic Symphony event guide as well as our Genshin Impact guides and features hub.