Genshin Impact 2.0 – All You Need To Know

On a broadcast on Twitch Friday, MiHoYo ultimately brought to light the highly awaited Inazuma update for Genshin Impact. Showcasing everything that will be available in the game by the end of July. Let’s do a brief overview of all the major changes arriving in Genshin Impact 2.0!

Characters + Weapons
  • Two additional 5★ characters and one 4★ will be available in the next update. Ayaka’s banner should be the first to appear, according to the devs’ channel, followed by Yoimiya’s and Sayu’s banners. The new version will also include 2 additional artifact series. As well as a fresh batch of 4★ and 5★ weapons.
Domains + Bosses
  • The latest Inazuman domains will help you obtain the upcoming artifact collections. A Pyro Hypostasis will also be a new addition to the game. Along with a new Ruin concept that is said to give Ayaka’s upgrade components as a drop. From the Golden Apple Archipelago, the Maguu Kenkii will be relocated to one of Inazuma’s numerous isles.

Archon Quest
  • The continuation of the major narrative of Genshin Impact 2.0 will be the Inazuma archon adventure. This will revolve around the confrontation between the region’s factions and several other more significant threats hiding in the shadows. Shogunate supporters will face off against an opposition group made up of common citizens and vision bearers, according to the Inazuma teaser.

Serenitea Pot
  • Gamers will finally be able to decorate their teapots so much more. MiHoYo has increased the total load for Serenitea Pot placeables and decorative items once more to grant more unique ideas on all devices. Additionally, in the future implementation, Genshin will introduce a new device that will enable gamers to cultivate crops. This will allow you to create your own orchards.

Cross-Platform Saving
  • The Cross-Save feature is now available for PC, PS4, and handheld platforms, enabling gamers to easily switch between the three devices while playing Genshin Impact.  Because of connection problems, cross-saves were initially unavailable for PlayStation users, but it appears that miHoYo has ultimately solved the issue.

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