HoYo Fest 2021 Will Feature Honkai Impact 3rd and Genshin Impact Merchandise

HoYo Fest 2021 Genshin Impact Honkai Impact 3rd

miHoYo revealed that HoYo Fest 2021 will feature merchandise from Honkai Impact 3rd, Genshin Impact, and Tears of Themis. The event will take place in locations throughout South East Asia, and will feature collaboration cafes. HoYo Fest 2021 will be held from November to December 2021. The events will rotate throughout the two designated months.

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HoYo Fest 2021 will appear in the following cities:

  • Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Bangkok, Thailand
  • Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Manilla, The Philippines
  • Hanoi, Vietnam
  • Singapore, Singapore

As mentioned previously, the events will change throughout the months of November and December 2021. Each title will have a set appearance schedule during HoYo Fest 2021. The HoYo Fest 2021 Honkai Impact 3rd event begins on November 5 and ends November 16, 2021. The Tears of Themis event will then take place from November 19 – November 30, 2021. And the HoYo Fest 2021 Genshin Impact event will last from December 3 – December 14, 2021.

Each of these events will feature a collaboration cafe that will serve special themed food items. HoYo Fest 2021 merchandise will also be available to purchase. The official website has shared a look at what will be available to order from the menu. Additionally, there is an entire tab dedicated to official merchandise consumers can obtain.

Additionally, miHoYo recently released a series of official Genshin Impact merchandise. This includes commemorative merchandise from the Genshin Impact concert that was held in October 2021.

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