Genshin Impact Ley Line Overflow

Ley Line Overflow Returns Again in Genshin Impact

MiHoYo announced it is time once again for the Ley Line Overflow event in Genshin Impact. As per usual, during the event you can get double the rewards from completing Ley Line challenges without having to use your condensed resin. This makes it the perfect time to start stocking up resources for new characters or pushing along any characters you’re currently building.

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The Ley Line Overflow event is a recurring one in Genshin Impact. Just earlier in 2021, it ran in both February and in August. This time, the event will start on November 15, 2021 and run until November 31, 2021. You can only get double the rewards three times a day. This event is great for those who are running low on Mora or Experience Books or are raising higher-level characters who require more resources per level. However, those who are more interested in using their resin on world bosses or Artifact Domains may decide to skip it.

In a recent announcement, miHoYo revealed that in Version 2.3, both Albedo and Eula will return for players to pull for them. The two of them will appear in the gacha from November 24, 2021. For new characters, Itto and Gorou will appear on the same banner halfway through the Version 2.3 update. Both of them are Geo characters from Inazuma.

The Ley Line Overflow event in Genshin Impact will run between November 15 and November 31, 2021. Genshin Impact is readily available worldwide on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Windows PC, and mobile devices.

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