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Genshin Impact Trailer Looks at Its Collector’s Chapter Event

Genshin Impact Collector's Chapter
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HoYoVerse released a new trailer for Genshin Impact’s upcoming Divine Ingenuity: Collector’s Chapter event involving custom Domains. Narrated by the elusive Alice (Rachel Kimsey), mother of Klee, the trailer shows off how players can build their own Domains and fill them with monsters, traps and treasure. The event is scheduled to start on June 8, 2023.

To access the event, players must reach Adventurer Rank 20 and complete the Archon Quest Prologue: Act III “Song of the Dragon and Freedom.” Players can take part in the event either by playing Preset Domains or building or playing through Custom Domains. There are five preset domains, with one unlocking each day for the first five days of the event. Completing the challenges within them will award you with Mora, Primogems, and various character enhancement materials like ores and skill books.

Custom Domains will allow you to create your own mini-dungeons by placing walls, traps and mechanisms down. The trailer shows examples of these being used to make tower-defence style gauntlets and platforming puzzles to solve while avoiding Hilichurl archers.

You can watch the trailer below:


The first event, Divine Ingenuity, ran in early 2022. Collector’s Chapter follows on from that first event, but now can be found outside of Monstadt instead of Liyue. Other changes include a lowered Adventure Rank requirement  and the addition of co-op support. The most recent character to join the Genshin roster is Kirara, who can perform mulitple roles in a party and has easily available upgrade materials.

Genshin Impact is immediately available on PS4, PS5, PC, and mobile devices with the Divine Ingenuity: Collector’s Chapter event scheduled to start on June 8, 2023.

Elliot Gostick
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