‘Genshin Impact’ To Debut Dragonspine Region In December, Targeting Regularly Scheduled Events


  • Dragonspine, the game’s new region, will be released on Dec. 23
  • Multiple versions are being developed simultaneously to ensure regularly scheduled content
  • New versions are being developed in line with in-game cultures and calendar events

“Genshin Impact” developer miHoYo announced a new in-game area, Dragonspine to debut on Dec. 23. The developer also shared plans on regular roadmap updates.

Currently, players of “Genshin Impact” can visit two nations, Mondstadt and Liyue.

miHoYo announced on the “Genshin Impact” blog that, on Dec. 23, the area to be known as Dragonspine will be revealed as part of Version 1.2 of the game. The developer promises to do its best to release a version update every six weeks, ideally on a Wednesday, with every version coming with its own themed activities.

Currently, VG24/7 notes that the following versions have been targeted with their respective events:

  • Version 1.1 – Estimated to arrive
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‘Genshin Impact’ Feels Destined To Change The Gaming Industry

At this point, it feels like a long time ago that Genshin Impact first made its debut in the western gaming consciousness. It…did not go well. The game was widely derided as a knock-off of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, with a similar art style, the ability to climb anything in the world limited only by a stamina meter, music that evoked the Legend of Zelda series, and other systems like cooking and fire propagation. Now that the game has arrived, however, the conversation has turned on a dime. Genshin Impact is a fine, well-crafted game, and the world is taking immediate notice.

Despite competing with the US for the title of largest gaming market in the world, Chinese-developed games are viewed with suspicion in the west, and there aren’t a ton of crossover hits. The initial reaction to Genshin Impact shows

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Genshin Impact – Mini Boss Battles Gameplay

Genshin Impact is a free-to-play action RPG available for PS4, PC, and both Android and iOS devices. The game has managed to make a splash in the traditionally crowded fall season thanks in part to its The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild-looking visuals and world.

In the video above, Max Blumenthal takes on one of Genshin Impact’s mini-bosses. In Genshin Impact, you play with a party of up to four characters, each of whom have control of the element of ice, fire, water, wind, electricity, or earth.

Genshin Impact has its detractors, largely because the game is driven by gacha mechanics. Gacha games are a lot like games that revolve around loot boxes in that they encourage players to use real-world money to buy in-game currency, which can then be spent to receive a random virtual item–in most cases (like Genshin Impact), a new character.

In the time

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Genshin Impact out now for PC, PS4, and mobile devices

Chinese indie company miHoYo’s open-world action-RPG Genshin Impact is out now across multiple platforms. Whether you are gaming on a PC, PlayStation 4, or Android & iOS mobile devices, you can now enter the breathtaking world of Teyvat for absolutely free. Watch the launch trailer here!

At long last, one of the biggest free-to-play titles of the year has arrived. Not only is the entry barrier virtually non-existent, but with very positive user experiences during various closed betas, Genshin Impact is also looking to become one of the better examples of how to do the monetization strategy right.

Experience an immersive single-player campaign. As a traveler from another world, you will embark on a journey to reunite with your long-lost sibling and unravel the mysteries of Teyvat, and yourself.

Fly across the open world, swim through crystal-clear waters, and climb towering mountains. Stray off the beaten path to discover all

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