Genshin Impact: the big update approaching, miHoyo makes an appointment

Game news Genshin Impact: the big update approaching, miHoyo makes an appointment

Published on 07/06/2021 8:00 AM

The object of regular leaks and incessant rumors, Genshin Impact is often the subject of trouble. Recently, it was the next big update to the game that made the talk. If we are still in the dark about it, miHoyo will clear things up this week since the studio developing the title intends to talk about it.

In version 1.6 since June 9, Genshin Impact will be updated in the coming weeks. This is in any case what suggests the developers of miHoyo Limited. In fact, the official game account announced this morning that a broadcast dedicated to “the preview of the new version of Gensin Impact“will be followed on the channels Twitch and Youtube Game. It’s scheduled for July 09, 2:00 p.m. PST on Twitch and 6:00 p.m. PST on Youtube.

The program has not been revealed but we can be sure that miHoyo Limited will discuss the 1.7 / 2.0 of the game. This has not yet been the subject of official announcements: neither name, nor even a release period has been mentioned. From recent leaks, this update is expected to introduce the new Inazuma region. Cradle of Kazuha, this new part of Teyvat (Genshin’s world) would be divided into three distinct islands that it will be possible to navigate through updates. In addition, this broadcast would also be the time for developers to announce the arrival of cross-save between PS4 / PS5 and other media (PC, iOS and Android). Still, we will have to wait until next Friday to find out more.

As a reminder, Genshin Impact is a colorful open-world adventure game, released on PC (via Epic Game Store) iOS, Android and PlayStation. The player embodies several characters that he can improve, develop by completing quests and fighting enemies.

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