Genshin Impact Keqing Quests

Genshin Impact Developer Discussion Teases More Quests with Keqing

The Genshin Impact Developer Discussion blog has updated, with miHoYo providing more information regarding potential changes to Elemental Reactions, and even future quests involving Keqing. The blog also details raw meat acquisition in Realms, and confirms that the Treasure-Seeking Seelie will be available to obtain again at a later date.

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miHoYo specifically mentions that in the future Moonchase Festival, Genshin Impact players will have the opportunity to experience more stories and quests with Keqing. However, the developer did not elaborate as to what these stories could potentially be. As for the raw meat discussion, the developers stated that players will not be able to obtain any raw meat while in Realms. Players who are looking for this specific cooking ingredient will need to obtain raw meat by killing animals in the open world.

Additionally, miHoYo is looking into Elemental Reactions and the triggering of various effects like “High Voltage.” miHoYo explains that it is keeping an eye on how players utilize these effects, and that future adjustments will be made. This includes damage done by “major reactions” by characters who are level sixty or above will receive a significant boost.

Genshin Impact is immediately available for Android and iOS, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC. A Nintendo Switch version is currently in development.

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