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Genshin Impact Windblume Festival’s Four Events Detailed

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miHoYo opened a special site dedicated to the upcoming Genshin Impact Windblume Festival event, which will be held in Mondstadt starting on March 19, 2021. To be more specific, it offered more details about some of the activities for people to check out and talked about one of the Peculiar Wonderland Event Shop rewards.

There will be four main activities during the Windblume Festival. These are Ballads of Breeze, Bullseye Balloons, Floral Freefall, and Peculiar Wonderland. Ballads of Breeze is the rhythm game and involves pressing the direction and action buttons in time with the music to earn points and build up combos. In the example clip on the site, it showed Venti playing “Celestial Destiny” on the Normal difficulty level. In Bullseye Balloon, players will control an archer character and be tasked with earning as many points as possible in a limited amount of time. Different kinds of balloons could offer different points. Floral Freefall is a gliding game where you try to collect items in order to earn as many points as possible, then reach the finish line before time runs out.

Peculiar Wonderland seems like the most involved of the activities, and it is the site mentions when talking about the Genshin Impact Windblume Festival event shop. There are a number of different challenges with various objectives in this event, like Barrage Minuet, Bubble Speedster, The Great Bubble Crash, No Landing!, One-Way Traffic, Shimmering Path, Stepping Stone Antics, and Windblume Blessing. People get Peculiar Collab Coupons for the shop by taking part. One of the items these can be used to get is Windblume Ode, a new four-star bow.  You can also get the item needed to refine it.

Genshin Impact 1.4 will arrive on March 17, 2021, and the Windblume Festival will be held March 19, 2021 through April 5, 2021. Genshin Impact is available on the PlayStation 4, PC, and mobile devices, with a Switch version in the works.

Jenni Lada
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