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Genshin Impact Of Drink A-Dreaming Event Details Revealed

Genshin Impact Of Drink A Dreaming Event

miHoYo shared details regarding the Genshin Impact Of Drink A-Dreaming event. This includes rewards players can obtain through the event and certain requirements players will need to meet in order to participate. The Genshin Impact Of Drink A-Dreaming event will be held from March 10 to March 21, 2022. The related quest will appear on March 21 and be available until March 24, 2022.

There are several requirements players must meet before they can participate in the Of Drink A-Dreaming event. They must be Adventure Rank 28 or above and have completed Archon Quest Interlude Chapter: Act I – “The Crane Returns on the Wind” and Eula’s Story Quest “Aphros Delos Chapter: Act I – The Spindrift Shall Never Return to the Sea.” However, miHoYo will be making some adjustments to allow for those catching up during the event period to participate. Specifically, the Eula Story Quest will not require a Story Key to unlock. After these requirements have been met, players can jump into the event.

To participate, players will need to head to Angel’s Share tavern. For the first three days of the event, players will be tasked with providing some familiar faces their favorite drinks. If players complete all of the “Tavern Tales,” they will be given access to the “Bartender Challenge.” Scoring highly in the Bartender Challenge by mixing new drinks is how players can obtain Primogems, Hero’s Wit, and ascension materials through the event.

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

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