Genshin Impact Story Teaser Zhongli

Genshin Impact Story Teaser Focuses on Geo Archon Zhongli

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miHoYo released a new story related teaser to the official Genshin Impact YouTube channel, with this teaser trailer focusing on the Geo Archon Zhongli and his relationship with the dragon Azhdaha. Like previous story teasers, this short video provides background information regarding more prominent figures within the world of Genshin Impact. As the latest Genshin Impact update focuses on the Liyue region and characters associated with it, viewers are given more details regarding Zhongli and the fearsome Azhdaha.

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The Genshin Impact story teaser tells the story through exposition, with both the storyteller and Zhongli providing information about the creation of Azhdaha. This gives two perspectives to the events, with one more fantastical and the other more grounded.

You can watch the Genshin Impact Story Teaser: Through the Eyes of a Dragon below.

Previous story teasers have featured characters like Xiao and Venti. Each video provides additional information about world creation myths in Genshin Impact, or about the various cultures and customs. Additionally, a story teaser also released for the Traveler character, which hinted at their origin story.

Genshin Impact is immediately available for Android and iOS, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC. A Nintendo Switch version is currently in development.

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