In the latest Genshin Impact developer discussion posted by miHoYo, the team addresses hot topics like Resin generation, quality of life fixes, and whether abilities and reactions will change in Update 1.3.
Genshin Impact does a great job at milking players for those hard-earned gems, but it isn't always good at rewarding you the 5-Star characters that you want. Luckily, 5-Star characters don't have to be a cause for FOMO, because there are some fantastic 4-Star characters that are as good, if not better than many of the premiere 5-Star characters you salivate over.
After Update 1.2 and a story wholly focused around Albedo, Genshin Impact has released a new character teaser for Ganyu, the next character headed to the game later this month.
Prior to Genshin Impact's latest Update 1.2, miHoYo released Zhongli, a new 5-Star character during the New Star Approaches event. Zhongli, prior to the update, was one of the coolest, and most sought-after characters, but upon earning him through the special banner, the character was lackluster and was largely panned by the community.
Genshin Impact has become somewhat of a phenomenon as it's gained popularity outside of China, and has risen in reputation with Western audiences as a premiere Action-Adventure RPG. Prior to playing the game, as an outside observer, it was easy to call out substantial grievances in the direction and style of the game. As a player approaching the max Adventure Rank of 50, delving into the new story content from the latest update The Chalk Prince and the Dragon, Genshin Impact proves, once again,
Genshin Impact is still going strong on Mobile, PC and PS4, and for the first time since its launch in September, a map expansion will be hitting the game. The new content will have new characters, new monsters, and plenty of more features to keep Genshin's growing player base happy.
If you're playing Genshin Impact, then you may be happy with tomorrows new banner rollout which will include two new characters, Zhongli and Xinyan. The banner will also feature two of the highest rated four-star characters, Razor and Chongyun. Get ready, because new quests and trials will also be available starting December 1st.
Red Thomas discovers Genshin Impact, a surprisingly enjoyable game that may be ideal for some readers. Red gives his impressions of the game with his typical eye for anything kid-friendly and also with his typical consideration for price.
Genshin Impact has been profitable for miHoYo. Very profitable, actually, as it released its Gacha-based RPG in September. As the dust settles, we now know that mobile alone has brough the Shaghai-based developer $245m in just that first month.
Genshin Impact has taken the gaming world by surprise, quickly becoming one of the most talked about games to release this year. Players have been flocking to the vibrant world of Teyvat, home to many elemental monsters, and powerful playable characters.
Genshin Impact is a game that sort of crept up out of nowhere. The 'Breath of the Wild' inspired game from Chinese studio miHoYo has captured the hearts and minds of gamers everywhere. But is it a solid free-to-play RPG, or does it devolve into predatory microtransaction practices? Here is our full review.
Genshin Impact has taken the gaming community by storm these last two weeks, and as a result of that massive popularity, the team at miHoYo has reportedly earned back its development budget, per a report by PC Gamer.
Genshin Impact, the open-world action game from miHoYo, has officially launched in the West on PlayStation 4, Windows, Android and iOS devices. The game draws heavily from Nintendo's The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild for inspiration, with some even caling it a Zelda clone at one point.