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Genshin Impact Patch 1.5 releases on PC on April 28th

miHoYo has announced that Update 1.5 for Genshin Impact will release on April 28th. In order to celebrate this announcement, the team also released a new trailer that you can find below.

Version 1.5 offers players plenty of opportunities to spend time with characters, creating new stories in the present while learning about others from the past. Those interested in Liyue’s history can pick up where they left off with Zhongli in the second installment of his story quest. Back in Mondstadt, players can continue their story with Noelle and also spend some time with Diona.

Update 1.5 will add two new playable characters, Eula and Yanfei. Additionally, Patch 1.5 will add two new formidable enemies. An all-new Trounce Domain opponent, Azhdaha, and the Cryo Hypostasis as a new Boss Enemy.

With Version 1.5, the Traveler will finally find a home away from home in Teyvat in the form of their very own personal realm. This realm will be accessible with a brand-new item — the Serenitea Pot. Different house and realm styles will be available, each with plenty of space for outdoor recreation and indoor luxury.

Lastly, this patch will bring a number of gameplay improvements. For instance, it will reduce the cost of claiming the first three Trounce Domain rewards per week. It will also double the amount of Companionship EXP earned in Co-Op Mode.


Version 1.5 "Beneath the Light of Jadeite" Trailer | Genshin Impact

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