Genshin Impact 2.3 Release Date and Trailer Revealed

Genshin Impact 2.3 Release Date and Trailer Revealed

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People will have a lot to do over the Thanksgiving 2021 holiday weekend. During the Genshin Impact 2.3 stream, its November 24, 2021 release date and new trailer came up.

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The Genshin Impact 2.3 trailer confirms a return to Dragonspine. Its main event will be Shadows Admidst Snowstorms. This will involve different challenges in that cold region. People who take part could earn a Cinnabar Spindle four-star sword, as well as Primogems, a Crown of Insight, Hero’s Wit, Mystic Enhancement Ores, character and weapon materials, Mora, and a Puffy Snowman.

There will also be Serenitea Pot-focused additions. People will be able to take part in Bantan Sango Case Files: The Warrior Dog. In addition to rewards like Primogems, Hero’s Wits, and Mystic Enhancement Ores, people can get a Omni-Ubiquity Net Gadget. This would let you capture animals in the wild, then set them up in your Serenitea Pot. Also, people will be able to add Paimon to it.

Here’s the Genshin Impact 2.3 trailer.

As a reminder, the Dragonspine first appeared in Genshin Impact 1.2. That’s also when The Chalk Prince and the Dragon event that first focused on Albedo appeared.

Genshin Impact is available for the PS4, PS5, PC, and Android and Apple iOS devices. It will also head to the Nintendo Switch. The Genshin Impact 2.3 release date is November 24, 2021.

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