Genshin Impact EP Zhongli The Divine Stone Sees the World

Genshin Impact EP The Divine Stone Sees the World Focuses on Zhongli

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miHoYo has released another Genshin Impact EP to the official YouTube channel for the game, with this series of tracks focusing on the Geo Archon Zhongli. These series of tracks carry the same musical notes as tracks from the Liyue region in Genshin Impact. The video features visuals from the region, ranging from vistas to more provincial countryside areas.

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Additionally, the Genshin Impact EP The Divine Stone Sees the World features Zhongli himself. The Geo Archon is seen walking through these various landscapes, and even sitting peacefully enjoying a cup of tea. Unlike previous Genshin Impact EP releases, this one isn’t as robust and only has a total of three tracks.

This includes:

  • “Adaptus Solus”
  • “A Peaceful Hike”
  • “Maiden’s Longing”

You can watch and listen to The Divine Stone Sees the World below.

Previously released EPs have focused on various other characters in Genshin Impact. This has included Childe, Venti, and Albedo. This EP releases shortly before the upcoming 1.5 update arrives in Genshin Impact. Titled Beneath the Light of Jadeite, this update will feature the inclusion of new characters, events, and even artifact sets.

Genshin Impact is immediately available for Android and iOS devices, PlayStation 4, and PC. A PlayStation 5 version of the game will release on April 28, 2021. A Nintendo Switch version is currently in development.

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