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Genshin Impact Hilidream Camp Event Begins

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miHoYo announced a new Genshin Impact Hilidream Camp web event’s begun. Until April 27, 2021, people can help some hilichurls make their home more inviting. Like the Slime Paradise event, this means crafting items to build up a campsite and make it a better home in exchange for rewards like Primogems.

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Here’s how it will work. You’ll gather materials first. Then, you’ll attempt to combine said items to create furniture. Depending on how much you’ve done that day, it might take more time to build stuff. There are three named rewards that people can earn. One is a possible 120 Primogems. Though people could also earn Cloudy Haze Bed and Pine Folding Screen: Billowing Sails furniture that will be delivered to their in-game account after April 29, 2021 and the in-game update. People will have to be at AR 10, log in, and regularly visit the event website to participate as well.

Hilidream Camp isn’t the only event running in Genshin Impact. There’s also the Marvelous Merchandise rerun event. This is essentially a daily login affair that gives you a chance to trade commonly found items for things like Primogem’s and Hero’s Wit. It will be available until April 23, 2021.

Genshin Impact is available for the PlayStation 4, PC, and mobile devices. Its PlayStation 5 version will launch on April 28, 2021, the same day the 1.5 update goes live. The Nintendo Switch version is in development.

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