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Enjou Appears in Genshin Impact White Day 2024 Artwork

It’s White Day in Japan, and HoYoVerse uploaded its official collection of White Day 2024 artwork for Genshin Impact. This year, we have Lyney, Wriothesley, Enjou, and Baizhu.

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As a note, the official Genshin Impact account retweeted the Ella Musk (Paimon2theMoon) account, which had posted fanart of Alhaitham and Wriothesley. These pieces of artwork are also for White Day. The posts for Alhaitham and Wriothesley do not have an accompanying text story in which the characters give you your present.

You can check out all of the fanart for Genshin Impact White Day 2024 here:

Meanwhile, here are the two pieces of fan art HoYoVerse decided to promote.

For Genshin Impact Valentine’s Day 2024, HoYoVerse posted Jeht, Navia, and Lynette. Jeht was a prominent NPC from the Golden Slumber World Quest series in Sumeru. Her appearance during Valentine’s Day was notable because she is the first NPC to appear in this series of seasonal artwork. Like Jeht, Enjou is an NPC, though he’s from the From Dusk to Dawn in Byakuyakoku World Quest series in Inazuma. He is also very popular. While Jeht was popular for her relationship with the Traveler and the plot of her World Quest, Enjou’s popularity stems from his funny personality.

Genshin Impact is readily available on the PS4, PS5, Windows PC, and mobile devices. Version 4.5 went live on March 13, 2024 and introduced new playable character Chiori. You can pull for her and Itto for a limited time.

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