The upcoming Genshin Impact version 3.5 will feature the return of a fan-favorite mini-game as part of the Windflower celebrations.
A new Genshin Impact Leak has revealed that one of the game’s most popular mini-games will return in version 3.5 as part of the Windflower celebrations. The next update to HoYoverse’s hugely popular RPG will feature a variety of events to coincide with the return of the Windflower Festival in Mondstadt, bringing players back to the game’s first region. The event will include the addition of Mondstadt’s newest character, Mika, as well as an event-exclusive new area of Mondstadt. Now version 3.5 will see the return of a fan-favorite mini-game.
Minigames were often a highlight of Genshin Impact‘s various events throughout the game’s more than two years. Event mini-games range from combat and traversal challenges that require players to master game mechanics, to mini-games inspired by other popular games such as Breaking out and Pokemon. Lantern Rite in version 3.4 features a variety of mini-games for players to complete with combat, traversing, boating and the unique “Paper Theater” mini-game. According to a recent leak Genshin ImpactThe rhythm minigame from will return in the next version.
A video recently shared by celebrities Genshin Impact Leaker Team China has announced that the role-playing game’s popular rhythm mini-game will be released as part of the Windflower Festival. The video showcases many of the songs that will be playable during the event, with trailer themes for multiple characters such as Tighnari, Collei, and Albedo. The mini-game will also contain several in-game tracks with Stormterror’s Windflower cutscene music and battle theme. Fans have noticed that this version of the mini-game will feature full songs, as opposed to the shortened songs of previous versions.
The new version of Genshin ImpactThe popular HoYoverse music mini-game marks the fourth time that the RPG HoYoverse will feature an event based on its music. Genshin Impact first introduced the Rhythm mini-game with the game’s first Windflower Festival in version 1.4. The event later returned with the Tuned to the World’s Sounds event in version 2.2 and most recently the Drumalong Festival in version 2.7. Any version of Genshin Impact‘s rhythm games gave players the featured instrument as a gadget to create their own music as a reward.
In addition to the celebrations in Mondstadt, Genshin Impact‘s version 3.5 is set to bring several additions to the game outside of the original region. Version 3.5 will welcome a new five-star character to Dehya who has featured heavily in the history of Genshin Impact‘s newest region of Sumeru. The update will also feature a new chapter of the game’s Archon Quest, an intergame chapter focused on the Traveler, alongside other smaller events like a new version of the Pokemon-inspired mushroom event. Genshin Impact‘s version 3.5 will have a lot to offer players when it launches in early March.
Genshin Impact is now available for PC, PS4, PS5 and mobile devices. A Switch version is in development.
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