How to find the barrier in Genshin Impact: Guide to complete Sacrificial Offering quest


Sportskeeda 24 July, 2021 - 02:00am 80 views

When does Genshin Impact 2.0 come out?

Genshin Impact Version 2.0 will be available on July 20, 2021 following some maintenance that is set to begin at 6 p.m. Eastern. Inverse'Genshin Impact' 2.0 release date and time, maintenance details, and rewards

When will the Ayaka banner come out?

The Ayaka Banner begins on July 20 with the 2.0 update that should begin rolling out around 6 p.m. Eastern. Inverse'Genshin Impact' Ayaka Banner guide: Is it worth the Wishes and Primogems?

Is Genshin impact cross save?

Genshin Impact has brought update 2.0 and Inazuma to the game, but also the ability to cross-save between PlayStation, PC and mobile for the first time. ForbesHow To Activate ‘Genshin Impact’ Cross-Save On PlayStation, With An Unfortunate Catch

In Genshin Impact, ice bridges are a time-honored tradition, nearly as old as the game itself. It’s fairly simple: Some characters—for example, cryo swordsman Kaeya—can use their abilities to freeze patches of water. Rapidly chaining these patches together by switching characters repeatedly or playing with friends means you can get yourself a nice, long bridge going before portions you’re standing on melt. Players have naturally taken to using this method to reach far-away, sometimes off-limits areas. But developer Mihoyo has ensured that there are limits to how effective this technique can be. Case in point: the new land of Inazuma, added as part of today’s huge 2.0 update, is turning away would-be ice bridgers by the boatload—or boatlessload, as it were.

In the lead up to the 2.0 update’s release, players memed relentlessly about trying to ice-bridge their ways to Inazuma. As a result, even though the update has only been out for a half a day, countless players have made attempts. On sites like Reddit and YouTube, they’ve documented their efforts to cross the entire dang ocean on rapidly deteriorating floats of their own making—a process that can take around 30 minutes depending on which characters they use to do it. But they’ve all hit the same wall: Once players get tantalizingly close to the nation in question, the game abruptly warps them back to the Guyun Stone Forest area, where the ship to Inazuma awaits.

Players are bummed, but not entirely surprised.

“Bummer to get teleported back after half an hour of pressing E, but it’s not like I expected we could get in just like that haha,” wrote one player on the Genshin Impact subreddit who made an attempt. “I went in knowing it’d all be for naught.”

Others at least appreciate the detail Mihoyo put into an open ocean that most players will never traverse.

“I was Kaeya bridge-ing my way over when I began to be pelted by an endless stream of lightning,” one player said of the now-notorious lightning that begins striking after you reach a certain point, which fits Inazuma’s elemental theme. “It was actually somewhat terrifying for a chill, 28-minute stroll to turn into sudden anxiety over a thunderstorm.”

RIP ice bridges—for now, at least. But where there’s a will, there’s a way, and Genshin Impact players will never stop at least attempting to solve all their problems with ice bridges.

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Genshin Impact Version 2.0 releases Thunder Sojourn: Everything you need to know about the first event in the Inazuma region.

InsideSport 23 July, 2021 - 01:20am

Genshin Impact Version 2.0 releases Thunder Sojourn: miHoYo released the Genshin Impact version 2.0 update on July 21, 2021 and players are all excited to explore the new Inazuma region. To get access to the Inazuma region, players need to achieve Adventure Rank 30 and complete the Archon quests, ’Autumn Winds, Scarlet Leaves’. Thunder Sojourn is the first event of the Genshin Impact version 2.0 update and it will be entirely based on the Inazuma region. The minimum prerequisites to join the event is the same as getting full access to the Inazuma region that includes completing various Archon Quest ’Autumn Winds, Scarlet Leaves’ and ‘Ritou Escape Plan’. Thunder Sojourn will be starting from July 22, 2021 and will end on August 09, 2021.

Genshin Impact Version 2.0 releases Thunder Sojourn: The Thunder Sojourn event will be divided into 4 parts of different objectives and challenges. It focuses on the Chief Technical Officer of the Inazuman Alcor, Muzhen, who needs the help of experienced travelers to search an important target. Here are the four acts of the event described below:

This act will be covering 2 days of the event, starting from July 22, 2021. Players have to complete a total of six challenges and three new challenges unlocking each day in order to gain rewards like Mora, Thunder Pellets and Primogems. If travelers get their hands on Electrogranum then they can travel faster towards the thunder spheres and accelerate.

This act will start from July 24, 2021 and players need to unleash thunder shocks in order to defeat all the enemies within the designated time frame. Players will get Mora, Primogems and Thunder Pellets as rewards.

This act will be available from July 27, 2021 and to unlock this act, players need to complete the quest, ‘Crossing Storm Clouds’. This act is similar to the previous one, where players need to defeat all their enemies within the designated time, but this time around, players will be using a new technique called Nimbus Gems. This feature enables players to get different buffs depending on who is affected by Electro.

The final act of Thunder Sojourn will start on July 30, 2021. In this act players will have to defeat a new boss enemy known as the Perpetual Mechanical Array. Players can use previous abilities like the Nimbus Gems and Thunder Dwellings whenever the Perpetual Mechanical Array divides itself. Completing this challenge will earn players a lot of Thunder Crystals which could later be redeemed in the Event Shop.

Genshin Impact Version 2.0: How to reach Inazuma in Genshin Impact Version 2.0

InsideSport 22 July, 2021 - 11:46pm

Genshin Impact Version 2.0 is out now and travelers can’t stop themselves from exploring the new Inazuma region. The Inazuma region offers a lot of features and specialties for the travelers to explore and continue the storyline. But to enjoy this freedom, players should meet the minimum requirements that are set and players must have to complete a lot of quests to meet the criteria.

Genshin Impact Version 2.0: New players in Genshin Impact must do a lot of levelling up and need to reach Adventure Rank 30. They can complete quests daily which will increase their adventure rank experience. Once players reach AR 30, they will need to complete the Archon Quest, ’Autumn Winds, Scarlet Leaves’. This quest will automatically unlock after AR 30 and it will mark the start of the Inazuma storyline.

Genshin Impact Version 2.0: After the players have achieved the minimum criteria, in the first part of the Archon quest, players need to navigate their way to a place called Liyue Harbor to establish a conversation with Katheryne and another crew member. They will send the travelers far-east to a ship. Players can teleport themselves to Guyun Stone Forest and then swim from the coastline to reach the ship. There they need to speak to the captain of the ship, Bedou. This event will be followed up by a cut-scene and then comes the Inazuma region in sight. Thoma will be there to welcome you to the new region, Ritou, a small peninsula of the Narukami Island.

Genshin Impact Version 2.0: Though players can explore Ritou island, they are not free to explore the full Inazuma. Guards of Ritou will not allow travelers to leave the place. Players need to complete an Archon quest called the ‘Ritou Escape Plan’. Players need to meet Hiragi Chisato after 18:00 in-game time to finally unlock the rest of the region and players are free to explore.

Best Ayaka build in Genshin Impact | Gamepur

Gamepur 21 July, 2021 - 12:57am

Kamisato Ayaka is a new character that was introduced to Genshin Impact in update 2.0. Ayaka is a Cryo Sword user, brings grace and adept skill to any party.

Players can get Ayaka by wishing on her Banner, The Heron’s Court, between July 21 and August 10. The banner also has increased rates for Chongyun, Ningguang, and Yanfei.

The new Sword, Mistsplitter Reforged, makes an excellent pairing with Ayaka’s kit, thanks to the Mistsplitter’s Edge perk. Users will gain a 12% Elemental damage bonus for all elements and receive the might of the Mistsplitter’s Emblem. At stack level 1/2/3. the Mistsplitter’s Emblem provides an 8/16/28% Elemental damage bonus for the character’s Elemental type. The character will obtain 1 stack of Mistsplitter’s Emblem in each of the following scenarios. Normal attack deals Elemental damage (stack lasts 5 seconds), casting Elemental Burst (stack lasts 10 seconds), Energy is less than 100% (stack disappears when Energy is full).

The Mistsplitter Reforged is a 5 Star, however, so may be difficult to get from wishes. The Blackcliff Longsword can be obtained from Paimon’s Bargains sometimes, and is a viable 4 Star, along with the Iron Sting. Ideally, you want to lean into either Crit stats, or Elemental damage.

A 4 piece Blizzard Strayer set is excellent on Ayaka. To get the Blizzard Strayer set you will need to make your way to the Dragonspine region, and the Peak of Vindagnyr Domain. At four pieces, it will cause a character’s attacks against Cryo-affected enemies to have an increased crit rate of 20%, and a further 20% if they are frozen.

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