Genshin Impact Live Wallpaper App N0va Desktop to Release on Steam

Genshin Impact N0va Desktop Steam

N0va Desktop, the app used to download and use Genshin Impact live wallpapers, is coming to Steam. Consumers can add the application to their Steam wish list. It will be available to obtain entirely for free on January 26, 2022. However, a PC version is immediately available to download and use outside of the Steam release.

N0va Desktop is an interactive wallpaper application developed by miHoYo. While Genshin Impact live wallpapers are available, N0va Desktop comes with an interactive companion named Lumi. Users can customize this companion by changing her outfit and hairstyle, for example. That said, previously released Genshin Impact live wallpapers will be available to download and use once the app arrives on Steam.

There are a plethora of different Genshin Impact live wallpapers users can choose from. Each wallpaper features a character in one of several environments found in Teyvat, with some based off of Genshin Impact EPs. For example, a Genshin Impact live wallpaper features Tartaglia Childe in Inazuma. This wallpaper is based on the “He Who Wanders Untrammeled” EP. Additionally, other wallpapers from other miHoYo IPs are available to download. This includes Honkai Impact and Tears of Themis.

N0va Desktop will arrive on Steam on January 26, 2022. 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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