Genshin Impact Version 1.5

Genshin Impact Broadcast to Reveal Information About Version 1.5

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An upcoming Genshin Impact broadcast will reveal more information about the upcoming version 1.5 patch. This broadcast will air on the official Genshin Impact YouTube account on April 16, 2021 at 11AM UTC/4AM PT/7AM ET. This announcement came through the official Genshin Impact Twitter account.

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Information regarding Genshin Impact version 1.5 has been scarce, with the developers having previously asked players to stop the spread of leaks regarding future content. Several characters were shared through those leaks, however it is uncertain if any of them will actually appear in version 1.5. miHoYo’s statement included that the company would be increasing their effort to deal with leaks in the future. However, the developers have yet to elaborate on how that will be handled exactly.

Genshin Impact will see the return of the Marvelous Merchandise on April 16, 2021. This event will function similarly to the previous Marvelous Merchandise event. Players can obtain various rewards, such as primogems, for providing the merchant with daily items. Additionally, players can participate in an Oceanid-specific event until the Marvelous Merchandise event begins. Participation will reward players with a special pet.

Genshin Impact is immediately available for Android, iOS, PC, and PlayStation 4. A Nintendo Switch version is currently in the works.


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