Genshin Impact 4.7 banners: Clorinde, Sigewinne, and Sethos debut

Every new and returning character coming with the update

It’s been quite a while since a new update introduced a total of three playable Genshin Impact characters, but version 4.7 resets the counter by setting the stage for a trio of debuts: Elegant and skilled Clorinde, Fontaine’s stalwart sword champion, adorable and supportive Sigewinne, our first playable Melusine character, and the desert-dweller Sethos join the roster.

Update 4.7’s banners contain the final few characters from the initial Fontaine teasers that were confirmed playable back then, which is very exciting – this means that we’re essentially entering unknown territory once more with surprises awaiting us.

Here’s everything you need to know about the Genshin Impact 4.7 character banners.

Genshin Impact 4.7 banners: Phase 1

Starting on June 5, 2024, with update 4.7’s launch, you’ll be able to call upon the following characters:

  • Banner #1: Clorinde (5-Star character, Electro, sword), Sethos (4-Star character, Electro, bow), Bennett (4-Star character, Pyro, sword), and Thoma (4-Star character, Pyro, polearm)
  • Banner #2: Alhaitham (5-Star character, Dendro, sword), Sethos (4-Star character, Electro, bow), Bennett (4-Star character, Pyro, sword), and Thoma (4-Star character, Pyro, polearm)


Genshin Impact Clorinde artwork.
Genshin Impact's Clorinde. / HoYoverse

Undefeated in duels, Clorinde is a powerful damage dealer relying on the synergy between blade and pistol, making her a hybrid character capable of melee and ranged attacks. Like Arlecchino, she makes heavy use of the Bond of Life mechanic whenever she’s using her Elemental Skill and Elemental Burst, acquiring more offensive power the greater the Bond of Life gets.


Genshin Impact Alhaitham artwork.
Genshin Impact's Alhaitham. / HoYoverse

Alhaitham is the strongest damage dealer the Dendro element has to offer and is usable in a good variety of team compositions. By generating Chisel-Light Mirrors and consuming them through his Elemental Burst, he can cause massive devastation among his foes


Genshin Impact Sethos artwork.
Genshin Impact's Sethos. / HoYoverse

Sethos is a damage dealer who thrives in reaction-based teams thanks to his ability to rapidly regenerate Energy whenever Electro-based reactions are triggered. This allows him to make heavy use of his Elemental Burst, which strikes enemies with piercing lightning bolts.


Genshin Impact Bennett artwork.
Genshin Impact's Bennett. / HoYoverse

Unofficially called the Pyro Archon due to his immense usefulness and power, Bennett has reigned supreme among Pyro support characters for a long time now. He provides an excellent mixture of elemental application, buffs, and healing, making him one of the most versatile units in the game.


Genshin Impact Thoma artwork.
Genshin Impact's Thoma. / HoYoverse

Thoma is another Pyro support, though a lot more niche than Bennett. However, his shielding ability makes him a useful piece in certain compositions, enabling you to mix things up from time to time.

Genshin Impact 4.7 banners: Phase 2

After a duration of three weeks, the banners will change at the halfway point of the game version on June 26, 2024. That’ll make the following characters available:

  • Banner #3: Sigewinne (5-Star character, Hydro, bow), Noelle (4-Star character, Geo, claymore), Rosaria (4-Star character, Cryo, polearm), and Gaming (4-Star character, Pyro, claymore).
  • Banner #4: Furina (5-Star character, Hydro, sword), Noelle (4-Star character, Geo, claymore), Rosaria (4-Star character, Cryo, polearm), and Gaming (4-Star character, Pyro, claymore).


Genshin Impact Sigewinne artwork.
Genshin Impact's Sigewinne. / HoYoverse

Sigewinne is a strong hybrid between healer and damage dealer who can create a bubble that bounces between enemies when fired and not only damages them, but heals Sigewinne’s allies in the meantime. After it bursts, her own HP is restored as well. She makes use of the Bond of Life to regenerate Energy, helping her activate her damage-dealing Elemental Burst more often.


Genshin Impact Furina artwork.
Genshin Impact's Furina. / HoYoverse

Furina is an immense get for any account, being both a strong healer as well as enabler – her abilities are key to unlocking the power of many Fontaine-based team compositions that revolve around consistent HP manipulation. Her Salon Solitaire summons can either attack enemies and siphon her own team’s HP or continually restore the team’s health. Her Elemental Burst takes all of these HP changes into account, providing the party with massive buffs.


Genshin Impact Noelle artwork.
Genshin Impact's Noelle. / HoYoverse

Noelle is a reliable shielder for beginners and can keep your team safe from harm, though she's overshadowed by some of her 5-Star colleagues of the Geo affiliation.


Genshin Impact Gaming artwork.
Genshin Impact's Gaming. / HoYoverse

Gaming's acrobatic combat style is especially effective when supported by Xianyun, allowing him to make the best use of his aerial maneuvers.


Genshin Impact Rosaria artwork.
Genshin Impact's Rosaria. / HoYoverse

Rosaria is a solid Sub DPS option for any Cryo-affiliated team, providing additional damage output and an Elemental Burst that continues to apply Cryo even if she's swapped out.

Genshin Impact update 4.7 will increase the Resin cap as well, a huge change for players of the game.

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Marco Wutz


Marco Wutz is a writer from Parkstetten, Germany. He has a degree in Ancient History and a particular love for real-time and turn-based strategy games like StarCraft, Age of Empires, Total War, Age of Wonders, Crusader Kings, and Civilization as well as a soft spot for Genshin Impact and Honkai: Star Rail. He began covering StarCraft 2 as a writer in 2011 for the largest German community around the game and hosted a live tournament on a stage at gamescom 2014 before he went on to work for Bonjwa, one of the country's biggest Twitch channels. He branched out to write in English in 2015 by joining, the global center of the StarCraft scene run by Team Liquid, which was nominated as the Best Coverage Website of the Year at the Esports Industry Awards in 2017. He worked as a translator on The Crusader Stands Watch, a biography in memory of Dennis "INTERNETHULK" Hawelka, and provided live coverage of many StarCraft 2 events on the social channels of as well as DreamHack, the world's largest gaming festival. From there, he transitioned into writing about the games industry in general after his graduation, joining GLHF, a content agency specializing in video games coverage for media partners across the globe, in 2021. He has also written for NGL.ONE, kicker, ComputerBild, USA Today's ForTheWin, The Sun, Men's Journal, and Parade. Email: