All New Battle Pass (BP) Weapons in Genshin Impact 4.0

New weapons for light spenders.

Genshin Impact's Version 4.0 update has brought in a plethora of amazing content, including an all-new set of Battle Pass weapons—the first additions to the collection since launch. If you've been a loyal BP subscriber, here are all the new weapons you can choose from in the level 30 reward, and my recommendations on what to pick first.

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Genshin Impact new BP weapon stats (Version 4.0)

Below are all the new Battle Pass weapons that were released in the Version 4.0 update. Like the previous set, these are all four-star weapons, and you can Refine them by getting multiple copies over time.

Wolf-Fang (Sword)

  • Base Attack: 42 to 510
  • Substat: Crit Rate (6 to 27.6%)
  • Passive: Northwind Wolf
    • Damage dealt by Elemental Skill and Elemental Burst is increased by 16/20/24/28/32%. When an Elemental Skill hits an opponent, its Crit Rate will be increased by 2/2.5/3/3.5/4%. When an Elemental Burst hits an opponent, its Crit Rate will be increased by 2/2.5/3/3.5/4%. Both of these effects last 10 seconds separately, have four max stacks, and can be triggered once every 0.1 seconds.

Talking Stick (Claymore)

  • Base Attack: 44 to 565
  • Substat: Crit Rate (4 to 18.4%)
  • Passive: "The Silver Tongue"
    • Attack will be increased by 16% for 15 seconds after being affected by Pyro. This effect can be triggered once every 12 seconds. All Elemental Damage Bonus will be increased by 12/15/18/21/24% for 15 seconds after being affected by Hydro, Cryo, Electro, or Dendro. This effect can be triggered once every 12 seconds.

Sacrificial Jade (Catalyst)

  • Base Attack: 41 to 454
  • Substat: Crit Rate (8 to 36.8%)
  • Passive: Jade Circulation
    • When not on the field for more than five seconds, Max HP will be increased by 32/40/48/56/64% and Elemental Mastery will be increased by 40/50/60/70/80. These effects will be canceled after the wielder has been on the field for 10 seconds.

Related: Sacrificial Fragments – How to get, Ascension, stats, and who can use it in Genshin Impact

Scion of the Blazing Sun (Bow)

  • Base Attack: 44 to 565
  • Substat: Crit Rate (4 to 18.4%)
  • Passive: The Way of Sunfire
    • After a Charged Attack hits an opponent, a Sunfire Arrow will descend upon the opponent hit, dealing 60/75/90/105/120% Attack as Damage, and applying the Heartsearer effect to the opponent damaged by said Arrow for 10 seconds. Opponents affected by Heartsearer take 28/35/42/49/56% more Charged Attack DMG from the wielder. A Sunfire Arrow can be triggered once every 10 seconds.

Ballad of the Fjords (Polearm)

  • Base Attack: 42 to 510
  • Substat: Crit Rate (6 to 27.6%)
  • Passive: Tales of the Tundra
    • When there are at least three different Elemental Types in your party, Elemental Mastery will be increased by 120/150/180/210/240.

Related: The First Great Magic – How to get, Ascension, stats, and who can use it in Genshin Impact

Which Version 4.0 Battle Pass weapon should you get in Genshin Impact?

Out of all the Battle Pass weapons released in Version 4.0, here are some recommendations on what to prioritize. If you're building a specific character, then you should choose a weapon that best suits their needs. Otherwise, this lineup will help you decide which to get first and which to save for later or skip entirely. Keep in mind that these opinions are based on the Version 4.0 character roster and can change later down the line.

Recommended

Out of all the Version 4.0 Battle Pass weapons, I recommend choosing the Wolf-Fang, as it's a versatile sword that can be used by characters who rely on dealing Elemental Skill and Burst damage. The Ballad of the Fjords is also a great pick when paired with an EM-scaling wielder, and can be an alternative to the Death Match given that you set up a multi-Element team.

The Sacrificial Jade is also a decent contender for off-field DPS catalyst wielders (and there are a ton of them!), although the HP increase won't be much use. It's not a good pick for healers.

Not Recommended

I don't recommend the Talking Stick because it requires you to be extremely conscious of your timing and rotations to trigger its passive, and it's not a big improvement from the old Battle Pass weapon (Serpent Spine).

Neutral

The Scion of the Blazing Sun is a great bow for Charged Attack users (Ganyu, Tighnari, Lyney) but since there are so many good bow options in the game, it feels a little underwhelming. Out of these two, I still recommend getting the Scion of the Blazing Sun if you don't have a better alternative.

For more on Version 4.0 content, check out our Genshin Impact Ann’s Story Quest Guide – Kingdom Through the Looking-Glass here on Pro Game Guides.

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Nicki is a freelance writer with 5 years of writing experience. She's a fan of anything from HoYoverse, from Genshin Impact to Tears of Themis and Honkai: Star Rail. She also loves rhythm games like BanG Dream! and D4DJ.

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