miHoYo has just announced that its Zelda: BOTW-inspired RPG, Genshin Impact, will officially release on the PC in October 2020. This will please a lot of RPG fans that were looking forward to a Zelda-like game on the PC.
Genshin Impact will officially open its doors on iOS/Android/PC platforms before October! Travelers will then be able to visit Teyvat to start an adventure of their own. Stay tuned to our official channels for the exact release date!#Genshinimpact #miHoYo pic.twitter.com/Gti82bupWe
— Paimon (@GenshinImpact) July 22, 2020
Genshin Impact is an open-world action-RPG title that takes place in a massive fantasy land of Teyvat. The game promises to offer a lively, freely-explorable world and multiple characters. It will also have an in-depth elemental skill & talent system and an engaging story.
Players will take on the role of a mysterious figure referred to as “The traveler,” that completes various quests to find their long-lost sibling. Players will also have to piece together their own mystery while unraveling Teyvat’s many plots and secrets. Furthermore, players can discover bountiful landscapes and natural vistas, including lush bamboo forests and misty waterfalls.
You can find some 4K/Max Settings screenshots from the PC version of Genshin Impact here. As we wrote in our article, this upcoming RPG has a lot of potential. Here is hoping that the developers will improve the game’s graphics (and especially its textures) and will refine its combat mechanics.
Stay tuned for more!
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