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Genshin Impact May 2022 Calendar Features Fischl

Genshin Impact Fischl Wallpaper

miHoYo has released a Genshin Impact wallpaper for May 2022, which features Fischl. The wallpaper is immediately available to download through the Genshin Impact Japanese Twitter account. The illustration used for the Genshin Impact wallpaper is of Fischl in her signature pose. Like previous wallpapers, it marks the birthdays of several Genshin Impact characters.

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You can take a look at the wallpaper below.

miHoYo has released several Genshin Impact wallpapers over the course of time. This has included monthly wallpapers of other characters like Thoma and Beidou. While these wallpapers are static and meant for use on mobile devices, miHoYo has also released more interactive wallpapers. Users can download wallpapers inspired by various Genshin Impact EPs through the N0va Desktop application. A plethora of characters have received wallpapers, including Zhongli, Diluq, Ganyu, and Ayaka Kamisato. These wallpapers are also available to download entirely for free.

Additionally, miHoYo announced that it will be delaying Genshin Impact Version 2.7. The developer revealed that Version 2.7 will not be appearing in May 2022, and will update users about its release in the future. However, it will be compensating players for the delay and provide an updated roadmap.

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

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