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Genshin Impact Battle Chronicle Update Adds Enhancement Progression Tool

Genshin Impact Enhancement Progression Tool

miHoYo has updated the Genshin Impact Battle Chronicle, which now features an Enhancement Progression Tool and a further optimized World Exploration module. The World Exploration module now includes The Chasm. This area was added in through Genshin Impact Version 2.6. The Enhancement Progression Tool is available for both the PC and mobile versions of the Genshin Impact Battle Chronicle. The final addition is the Parametric Transformer, which has been added to Real-Time Notes.

Through this update, players can check what enhancement materials are needed for any individual character via the website. This includes characters players have not obtained. To access this feature, users can tap or click the “Enhancement Progression Calculator” icon. They will then be brought to a separate page or a new screen. From there, they can change the level of the selected character to see what items will be required to increase them to that level.

Additionally, the Enhancement Progression Tool in the Genshin Impact Battle Chronicle includes a calculator for weapons and artifacts as well. This means that players can see what materials they will need to gather in order to raise the level of any individual weapon or artifact. Users can also add artifact sets to the calculator.

A handful of weapons will be available to obtain through an upcoming banner. The banner will see increased rates for the Mistsplitter Reforged sword and The Unforged claymore.

Genshin Impact is available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, PC, and for Android and iOS devices. It is in development for Nintendo Switch.

Kazuma Hashimoto
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