Genshin Impact 2.0 Update 2021
Genshin Impact 2.0 Update 2021 : The creators of Genshin Impact skipped version 1.6 and jumped right into 2.0, and after examining the contents of the most recent release, what do you think? That decision doesn’t bother us. In a recent live stream and a PlayStation post, MiHoYo revealed update 2.0, which includes new characters, a new island setting, and other goodies for gamers to enjoy.
On July 21, the sequel to Genshin Impact will be released. The Immovable God and the Indestructible God are two names for the same god.
Inazuma is a place that thrives on beauty and provides an ethereal experience for all who visit. It’s also distinct from other areas, such as the always-sunny Mondstat. Inazuma is beautiful and strong, but don’t expect it to be a walk in the park. The weather in this area changes at the drop of a hat. You can go from walking in the sun to being pelted by a merciless thunderstorm in the blink of an eye.
When the update is released, players will be able to explore all of Inazuma’s features, including three of the six main islands and a slew of islets. The last three will be available at a later date. Each region has its own distinct landscape to explore, including beachfront settings and woodland retreats. You can visit the Grand Narukami Shrine and Sacred Sakura on Narukami Island’s mountain, or you can admire the cherry blossoms and the magnificent Tenshukaku, where the Shogun resides, in Inazuma City. You can also see the giant skeleton and the palpable aura of the Tatarigami at Yashiori Island, where the Raiden Shogun fought a great serpent, or traverse the desolate coastline where the ruins of war lie at Tatarasuna. You may also become disoriented in the area shrouded in thunderstorms or stumble upon vast mysterious underground areas and ruins hidden beneath the sea surface.”
The most recent live stream and blog post also discussed the ruler of Inazuma, Electro Archon (which is an awesome name, by the way). For someone like me, whose favourite colour is purple, the entire aesthetic of many of the local species impacted by the Electro element is that perfect shade of beautiful. From peaceful creatures to various foes to face, the overall vibe of many aspects of this island reminds me of those chill hip hop lofi beat channels on YouTube, which is great given how relaxing this game can be at times.
However, just because something is attractive does not imply that it is of high quality. Some of the new bosses are stunning, but they still want to kill you right where you are. “New boss enemies will be added to the map for Travelers to challenge and obtain additional rewards,” the studio said. “The Pyro Hypostasis will be the newest member of the Hypostasis family. Surprisingly, the Perpetual Mechanical Array, as well as a few other oddly shaped machines similar to the Ruin Guards in Mondstadt and Liyue, will appear in Inazuma. In addition to the new enemies, Maguu Kenki will be found as a World Boss and a source of Character Level-Up Materials in Inazuma after its debut in Version 1.6.”
New adventures await when you change locations. What better way to get into the new storyline than to travel the world with a new companion? How about three new pals? The studio revealed three new companions that players can interact with, including Ayaka, Yoimiya, and Sayu, all of whom are Inazuma region residents.
- Ayaka Kamisato
- Ayaka, a character familiar to beta testers and one that players have requested, is the daughter of Yashiro Commission’s Kamisato Clan, which is led by the Raiden Shogun. She possesses Cryo’s power as well as a sword, and she is as strong as she is wise.
- A Pyro archer who enjoys fireworks and is also known as the Queen of the Summer Festival.
- Sayu is a tiny four-star ninja who is far more powerful than she appears. Despite her small stature and childlike demeanour, she hoists a claymore larger than she is.
The studio also confirmed that update 2.0 will allow players to share their progress across all playable platforms, including the PS5, PS4, and Xbox One. Players will also notice new changes to the PS5 experience, such as increased use of the haptic feedback feature and lighting effects. Overall, the upcoming update is a doozy, and it appears to be enticing enough to entice newcomers while also bringing back those who may have fallen off the Genshin train.