Venti was never bad! Don’t worry. The article will not end without explaining why Venti is still good and was always good from the beginning.
Venti is one of the most consistent playable units in the entirety of Genshin Impact. He is one of the best, if not the best, crowd control support units in the entire game. Also, thanks to his Anemo abilities and the artifact set that goes with the Anemo users, Viridescent Venerer, Venti’s elemental burst and even his elemental skill can take out groups of enemies with ease.
The Viridescent Venerer artifact increases Swirl DMG by 60% while decreasing the opponent’s Elemental RES to the element infused in the Swirl by 40% for ten straight seconds.
Venti’s elemental burst, Wind’s Grand Ode, not only pulls nearby enemies inside the AoE, but it also shreds their resistance to various elements while multiplying the base damage to an extent that even elite enemies can’t survive a single attack.
Even with the introduction of new enemies like Rifthounds, Shadowy Husk, Specters, and others, Venti performs better than many other Anemo units.
Moreover, he is the Anemo Archon—one of the original Seven. Aesthetic-wise also, Venti pleases the eyes of all genders. In terms of application, Venti is still a beast of a unit. And the best part is that he is getting a re-run in the second half of the version 2.6 update.
We highly recommend getting Venti as, not only he is the best support unit, his elemental skill also helps players reach some of the high-up, hard-to-reach areas.
That’s it for now. Make sure to check out our coverage on the Genshin Impact version 2.6 update.
Genshin Impact is a free-to-play gacha-based role-playing game currently available on PC, PS4, PS5, Android, and iOS.