Genshin Impact Ayaka EP

Genshin Impact EP Focuses on Ayaka and Inazuma

miHoYo has released a Genshin Impact EP titled “The Shirasagi’s Gentle Contemplation,” which focuses on Ayaka Kamisato. Since Ayaka takes center stage in this EP, various environments around Inazuma are shown, along with particularly relevant tracks. A total of three tracks are available to listen to through the EP. It can be found on the Genshin Impact YouTube channel.

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The tracks available on “The Shirasagi’s Gentle Contemplation” EP are:

  • “Shirasagi’s Demeanor”
  • “Where the Shirasagi Dances”
  • “Kitsune Mask”

You can watch the EP below.

The Genshin Impact Ayaka EP has been released alongside a limited-time summon banner. Until May 10, 2022, players can pull for Ayaka if they missed the opportunity when she first released or want to increase her constellations. Rosaria is also available in this banner. A weapons banner will also be available during this period, which will see increased rates for specific weapons.

Additionally, miHoYo released a story trailer featuring Ayaka and Ayato Kamisato. The trailer is told from Ayaka’s perspective and features narration by her. It focuses on her childhood with her brother, and how she came to her position within the Kamisato family.

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

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