Genshin Impact Leak Reveals Upcoming Version 1.5 Details
Despite Genshin Impact Version 1.4 having just recently arrived, fans of the massively popular gacha game are already looking forward to what’s on the horizon, which will likely include the newly revealed Eula and Yanfei. Now, a new leak has surfaced revealing more of what to expect from the game’s next major update, Version 1.5.
Known Genshin Impact leaker Zeniet recently took to Twitter to reveal an overview of the content and features coming to the game in Version 1.5. Zeniet reveals in their post that players can look forward to 3 events across 1.5 as well as one new weekly boss and a new world boss. Players can also expect a new artifact domain with 2 new artifact sets, though it’s currently unknown what these sets will offer.
– 3 Events total
– One new Weekly and World boss
– New Artifact Domain/2 Artifacts
– Housing is massive. May change in final release though
– Teapot Spirit name is Tubby
– Zhongli likely to get a rerun
– Not Chasm but it’ll be more than what previous version has to offer pic.twitter.com/mrW0M4GNFg
— Zeniet (@Zeniiet) March 21, 2021
As shown in the above video, Genshin Impact is apparently getting a housing system in Version 1.5. Said system appears to be surprisingly large and robust, offering players plenty of furnishings to place in a home that they can seemingly choose a location for. It’s odd that so much work is being put into housing despite the character emotes and interaction options still being so limited, but, perhaps miHoYo is working on improving upon that as well.
Genshin Impact is currently available for PC, PS4, and Android & iOS devices.
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