A new trailer for the game ‘Genshin Impact 1.2′ update has been released, and with the trailer, it revealed the latest Dragonspine map area, characters, and the upcoming release date. The new faces arising with the players’ parties in the update were already earlier leaked during the game’s beta. However, it was never yet established by miHoYo, who would actually be presented within which particular update.
A new Genshin Impact Version 1.2’s update shows the trailer and along with that its characters and a new map, Dragonspine region, that will soon appear in the game.
The game’s latest update, Version 1.1, included four new characters- Tartaglia, Diona, Zhongli, and Xinyan. MiHoYo launched the new characters in partners, with Tartaglia and Diona highlighted in one banner and Zhongli and Xinyan in another banner afterward. Distinctly, players began asking MiHoyo to buff Zhongli soon after his entrance, with players considering that the character isn’t doing as much destruction as they would like it to do.
Genshin Impact Version 1.2: Details on the new Map
Dragonspine is actually an iced mount range located southward of Mondstadt, which adds a new mechanic in the kind of a ‘Sheer Cold’ bar: the climate extremes will make players keep their characters heated in both battle and search. It also contains uncommon creatures, a forgotten ancient city, bountiful components, rare artifacts, and multiple 4-star weaponry methods.
The Chalk Prince and the Dragon is the title of a periodical event on the new map. You set out to examine a sword with hidden power identified as the Festering Desire. [Players] can not only secure and fully filter the Festering Desire but also restore rich remunerations from the game shop, including the Crown of Insight.
The update also offers two new playable 5 star qualities, Albedo and Ganyu. Proposed by the expansion’s new questline, Albedo is a youthful yet legendary maestro alchemist in Mondstadt, handling a sword and geo’s power. At the same time, Ganyu is a half-human half-Adeptus Cyro crossbowman who works as an agent and correspondent for the Liyue Qixing.
Genshin Impact seemed astounding for a free to play the game during its release and one of 2020’s dark steeds. Once you’ve hit the endgame, that stays true. It also converts a rather frustrating grind, which can take a lot of the joy out of getting new playable characters. That said, it settles a cracker for the starting twenty or thirty hours at least.