MiHoYo announced a new way to track Genshin Impact Primogems and Mora. There’s now a HoYoLAB App tool for it. People who grab it can now check a Genshin Impact Traveler’s Diary. It will offer updates on in-game currency.
The Traveler’s Diary could be used as a means of tracking purchases in Genshin Impact. It will keep track of currency you both buy or get from playing the game. Both Mora and Primogems can be earned, given by miHoYo as gifts, or bought. People could also use the records there to verify their records.
One of the easiest ways to get free Primogems in Genshin Impact is via Daily Commissions. Four quests appear per day, each rewarding someone with 10 of them. If you complete all four, you also get an additional Primogems for checking in with Katheryne. After update maintenance, like the one for 2.2, miHoYo also sent out 300 Primogems to all players. A new Twitch event will also let people stream in exchange for the currency.
Meanwhile, Mora can be earned via many methods in Genshin Impact. Someone could complete quests or defeat in-game challenges or bosses like the Hydro Hypostasis. MiHoYo also sends it out frequently as gifts to all players. For example, when an event is about to end, someone might get an in-game letter with Mora attached.
Genshin Impact is available for the PS4, PS5, PC, and both Android and Apple iOS devices.