If subscribers claim at least four of the Amazon Prime Gaming Genshin Impact drops, they'll get a Wind Glider skin.

See the Amazon Prime Gaming Genshin Impact Wings of the Starlit Feast Wind Glider

In Genshin Impact, people can custom their characters’ appearance in various ways. Costumes are one. However, you can also change the look of the Wind Glider they use when exploring. Amazon and HoYoVerse just shared a peek at and details about the Amazon Prime Gaming Genshin Impact Wings of the Starlit Feast Wind Glider skin subscribers can earn. However, it involves claiming content drops in order to get the Wind Glider in June 2023.

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Since December 2022, Amazon offered Genshin Impact “drops.” These are small packs of in-game items people who subscribe can claim. There will be eight total, and the fourth one appeared on February 17, 2023. If people get at least four of the eight Amazon Prime Gaming Genshin Impact drops, then they get the Wings of the Starlit Feast Wind Glider as a ninth one. There’s no exact date for its June 2023 release yet, but it will automatically appear in a person’s mailbox in-game if someone grabs four. This will be a new pair of blue and gold “wings.”

As for the fourth drop, it consists of three items. You get one Fragile Resin, which you can use to recover 60 Original Resin. You also get eight Mystic Enhancement Ores that can be applied to a weapon to raise its level. Finally, the bundle offers 20,000 Mora. Subscribers can only claim it until March 2, 2023. However, if people miss it, there are still four more drops they can claim to qualify for the Wind Glider skin.

Genshin Impact is available for the PS4. PS5, PC, and mobile devices, and the 3.5 update arrives on March 1, 2023.

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