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Genshin Impact Midsummer Island Adventure Event Details Revealed

Genshin Impact Midsummer Island Adventure

miHoYo has revealed details regarding the Genshin Impact Midsummer Island Adventure event. This includes more information about the various rewards players can receive. Additionally, new missions will be added into Genshin Impact during this time. miHoYo also revealed how long the Midsummer Island Adventure event will last. The event will begin after Genshin Impact version 1.6 goes live, which is on June 9, and will last until June 28, 2021.

However, the event shop will stay open for one day later. The Midsummer Island Adventure event shop will close on June 29, 2021. Event rewards include furnishing items and Mora. Additionally, there are some qualifications that must be met in order to participate. Players must be Adventure Rank 21 in order to participate in the event. Players must also have completed the quests “Song of the Dragon and Freedom” and “Trifolium Chapter: Act I – True Treasure.”

As another addition to the event, the Adventure Rank required to access Klee’s story quest has been lowered. Players will now be able to access her story quest at Adventure Rank 21. Additionally, they will not need a Story Key to unlock it during this period.

The event itself will release in four acts. Each act features a different activity players can participate in. You can check out the list of events below:

  • Act 1: Main Canon, Make Ready… Fire!
  • Act 2: Whirlpool Off To Starboard… Full Speed Ahead
  • Act 3: Samurai Sighted… To Arms!
  • Act 4: Harpastum Bombs Loaded… Blow ‘Em Away!

Genshin Impact is immediately available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, PC, and Android and iOS. The Genshin Impact Midsummer Island Adventure event will begin on June 9, 2021.

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