All Scarab locations in Genshin Impact

Scarabs are a rare resource that can be found in the Sumeru Desert in Genshin Impact. This tiny creature rolls a ball of sand across the Sumeru Desert that was added in Genshin Impact update 3.1. This creature is required to level up and level up Cyno, the 3.1 limited five-star event banner hero. This guide will show you all the Scarab locations in Genshin Impact and what they look like.

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Where to find scarabs in Genshin Impact?

Scarabs are difficult to find as they are small and blend in with the vast brown desert. If you have Tighnari in your party, these creatures will be highlighted on your minimap. They often roll up balls two or three times their size, which can help you spot them from a distance. This is how they look in-game for reference.

Gamepur screenshot

Scarabs are found throughout the Sumeru Desert. They appear day and night and can often be found near dunes. Like other rare resources, once found, they take up to 72 real-time hours to respawn in the world. The map below shows each scarab in the Sumeru Desert.

Image via HoYoverse interactive Teyvat map

King Deshret’s mausoleum to the west is the best place to quickly breed scarabs. The best way to hunt them down is to activate as many teleport markers as possible and activate the three Dendro Statues of the Seven in this region. This allows you to quickly traverse this barren landscape for future runs.

Scarabs are required to level up Cyno and advance to higher levels. Cyno is a powerful five-star Electro polearm user capable of being a top-tier solo DPS character. If you’re lucky enough to earn him, make sure you use the map and find as many scarabs as you can to rank him to the max rank in Genshin Impact. All Scarab locations in Genshin Impact

Curtis Crabtree

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