Genshin Impact Xiao Ganyu Stickers

Genshin Impact Line Stickers Feature Ganyu and Xiao

A second set of Genshin Impact stickers are now available to purchase through Japanese SNS messaging service LINE app. This new series of stickers features Genshin Impact characters like Ganyu, Xiao,and a few other recognizable faces. A previous set of stickers was released, but primarily consisted of illustrations of Paimon and the Traveler. Consumers can get their hands on this new series of stickers for $1.99. [Thanks, Famitsu!]

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Despite all of the text on the stickers being in Japanese, international users can purchase these new stickers regardless of their region. That being said these new Genshin Impact stickers are limited to use through the Japanese SNS LINE messaging service.

The sticker pack itself comes with a total of forty stickers, each featuring various characters that been introduced through Genshin Impact since its release. This includes Genshin Impact characters like Venti, Xiao, Childe, Ganyu, and Diluc. Even characters that are not currently available to obtain within the game are featured in this pack.

Xiao is currently obtainable in Genshin Impact through a limited time banner. Players will have the chance to obtain the Yaksha until February 17, 2021. Additionally, a new event is currently live. The Lantern Rite event will take place through the course of February, with different challenges opening up through the coming weeks.

Genshin Impact is available for the PlayStation 4, PC, and mobile devices. There are plans for a Nintendo Switch release.

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