Genshin Impact’s Providence Parade is starting on April 12
Genshin Impact is a game that never stops growing, and that means there’s tons to look forward to in the title’s upcoming 3.6 update. As an overview, you can also look forward to new character banners, events, mini-games, and a whole new area to explore – yes, we hope your backlog hasn’t popped, because this is backburner. is about to put on
First, there is the opening of the Academia Extravaganza: “Booths will be set up at the gala and six different mini-games will be offered, each designed by one of the six visions to showcase their research interests and achievements. . For example, Laila’s Ratawahist philosophy applies the study of the stars to a minigame that includes an astrolabe, which players control to create specific constellations and illuminate stars.”
But perhaps of greater interest to long-time players will be the new area: “Far beyond the grand celebration in the city of Sumeru, a new area has emerged within the desert consisting of wasteland and an oasis. The area is damaged by gray crystals and corrupted purple mist. According to legends, this place was one of the main battlefields during the Khainriyah disaster five hundred years ago. Fortunately, visiting travelers are accompanied on their visit by fairies, creatures unique to the oasis. Using their ability to fly, travelers can reach inaccessible areas and thus discover mysteries.
Of course, there will be some new banners with brand new characters to boot: Baizu and Kaveh. “Five-star Catalyst Wielder, Baizu, is a benevolent healer with the power of Dendro, capable of wielding wandering sprites and creating a seamless shield to heal the team,” explains the blurb. “Another new playable character, Kaveh, is a four-star Dendro Claymore Wider. Known as the Light of Kashrevar, Kaweh is a talented architect in Sumeru. His architectural toolbox, Mehrak, will trigger all Dendro Cores and scan the battlefield causing them to explode. This increases Kaweh’s combat efficiency with Dendro’s damage.
And that’s all in addition to the new battles. Eep, the dragon of Verdur, will be available as a weekly boss in the Trons domain, while you’ll also find new enemies in Hilichural. There’s a lot to dig into, then — almost too much, to be honest — and with Honkai: Star Rail just around the corner, well, rip your spare time.
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