Despite the fact that Genshin Impact Patch 1.6 is currently in progress, and a live broadcast focusing on the game’s upcoming update is scheduled for this week, enthusiasts can already register for a Patch 2.1 Beta. Early access tests are now a popular part of the subculture. This permits individuals to see content months before it is fully released in-game. Here’s all you need to know about signing up and where to do it!
Beta Sign Up
- To participate in the beta, players must first join the MiHoYo’s Discord server. It’s free to join! It’s also where miHoYo tells a lot of its content. So, aficionados who don’t want to be a member of the 2.1 beta might want to enlist anyway. This technique was also used in the last Genshin Impact beta period, so many gamers will be acquainted with it!
- As is customary, getting into a Genshin Impact beta is extremely difficult. Early access to content becomes more and more limited, as the F2P RPG becomes more mainstream. So the chances of being chosen become increasingly slim. Those who are chosen will be required to sign non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) before being permitted to partake.
This has been normal protocol in other Genshin Impact testing phases, but it hasn’t blocked leaks from surfacing online. Beta leaks were fairly common for Genshin 1.5 and 1.6, and this hasn’t changed with the most recent new Release. Fans should try to get into the Patch 2.1 test because characters like Kazuha and Yanfei have all leaked after beta testing.
As many in emphasis has been on the Inazuma region in Genshin Impact, there hasn’t been much knowledge about 2.1 so far. Before miHoYo ends registration for the 2.1 beta test, anyone interested has until July 8, 2021, at 12 PM GM+8. If enthusiasts want to attend, they’ll have to act fast because there’s only a limited amount of time!