Genshin Impact LINE Stickers

Genshin Impact LINE Stickers Feature Arataki Itto and Gorou

Developer miHoYo released another series of Genshin Impact stickers to the LINE messaging app. The most recent line of stickers for the platform include Arataki Itto and Gorou. However, miHoYo has compiled a list of all stickers available through this set to obtain through the messaging app. A total of 11 sticker packs are available to purchase, with each pack costing 99 cents. This sticker pack is available internationally, and is not exclusive to any region. Other Genshin Impact characters featured in this series of LINE sticker packs include Ganyu, Childe, Keqing, and Mona.

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The amount of Genshin Impact LINE stickers included in each pack will vary. For example, the first sticker pack features a total of eight stickers. Whereas from the second sticker pack onward, a total of 16 stickers are included in each bundle. You can find the full list of available sticker packs included in this collection here.

Previously, miHoYo released stickers featuring Paimon and other significant characters in Genshin Impact. However, only two sets were available to purchase. These sticker packs featured Japanese text, and were available to purchase internationally. Characters included in this sticker pack include Venti, Xiao, Childe, Ganyu, and Diluc.

Genshin Impact is available on the PS4, PS5, PC, and Android and Apple iOS devices. It is currently in development for Nintendo Switch.

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