Genshin Impact is picking up steam. Fast. The game has enjoyed high levels of success and now its dev team at miHoYo is planning to release three new updates in the next four months.
Genshin Impact's early numbers have implied an exciting start for the free-to-play action role-playing game developed and published by miHoYo.
The game already boasts a bunch of content that can hold the player's attention for quite a while but its dev team has some more up their sleeve.
The developers at Mihoyo will add new quests, locations, events, and characters to Genshin Impact over the next couple of months.
Early October brought us the game's roadmap which included various patches, complete with a release window and content preview for each.
miHoYo will launch Genshin Impact patch 1.1 on November 11. According to miHoYo, the patch will include the new Unreconciled Stars event.
A recent leak of the patch hinted that it will also add four new characters, including a Geo five star and a Hydro five star. It’s currently unclear what the Unreconciled Stars event even is, and if it includes additional quests.
The 1.2 patch will seemingly be the biggest of them all and launch on December 23. Consider it an early Christmas present.
1.2 will introduce a new area, Dragonspine, and some fresh content (including an unnamed event). This means new materials to farm, new items to sacrifice to the statue and increase your stamina, and a new element for The Traveler.
There will, likely, be some new characters and story missions added as well.
This update will land sometime in February 2021. Not very much is currently known about Version 1.3, aside from its launch window and the fact it will bring the Lantern Rite event, and hopefully some new characters.
More details will be shared as we get closer to each new version's launch.