Sprint Up Cliffs In Genshin Impact: Have you ever tried to sprint up cliffs in Genshin Impact? Yes, it is near to impossible stuff and one cannot really sprint up cliffs in Genshin Impact easily. But, recently a new trick was discovered which will let you sprint up the cliffs or any tall bodies easily for that matter. So, stay tuned till the end of the article to know how.
How to Sprint Up Cliffs In Genshin Impact
One can sprint up the cliff in Genshin Impact but, the game has a stamina bar that determines how long you can perform the activity before you stress out your character. Climbing up the cliffs here takes a lot of stamina. Now, you might think you can increase your stamina by gathering Amenoculus and Geoculus scattered all over the world in Genshin Impact, it will still not be enough to sprint up the cliff.
Recently, a Genshin Impact player found out that you can use a trick to climb up the cliffs in the game and you will have to keep in mind that you can only climb a bit steppable cliff instead the vertical ones. To do so, follow the below mentioned steps:
- Exhaust the entire stamina of your character before you start.
- Once your stamina is empty, you should start bunny hopping. If you are not aware how to do that, you can simply follow this guide (How to Bunny Hop in Genshin Impact)
- All you have to do now is find a cliff and start with a bit of running and then start bunny hopping.
- Now, that is how you can bunny hop and sprint up cliffs in the game.
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