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Genshin Impact 3.5 Events Will Include Fungus Mechanicus

HoYoVerse revealed some information on the events that will be part of the second half of Genshin Impact Version 3.5. Just like how the banners are re-runs, the events are re-runs as well. There will be Fungus Mechanicus, Spices From the West: Northerly Search, and the usual Ley Line Overflow again in Genshin Impact.

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Fungus Mechanicus will run from March 23, 2023 to April 3, 2023 in Genshin Impact. This is actually not the same version of Fabulous Fungus Frenzy from Version 3.2. While you will still be directing an army of fungi, it focuses more on destroying mechanicus rather than other fungi. The Traveler will also not be on the field, with a more aerial view of the field.

The Spices From the West: Northerly Search event will run from March 31, 2023 to April 10, 2023. This is an event where you can cook food with special seasonings for rewards such as Primogems. You can also give them to your characters in the Serenitea Pot. Characters will say special lines depending on how much they like the food.

Finally, Ley Line Overflow will run from April 3-10, 2023. Ley Line Overflow events generally appear before a new character. You will be able to use Original Resin to get double the rewards up to three times a day.

Genshin Impact is readily available on the PS4, PS5, Windows PC, and mobile devices. The second half of Genshin Impact Version 3.5, with the Shenhe and Ayaka re-run banners, will appear on March 21, 2023.

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