Genshin Impact’s Remaining Regions Will Be Implemented Over The Next 4 Years
Genshin Impact recently released its brand new Inazuma region, providing its playerbase with new places to explore, bosses to fight, and a new playable character. With the implementation of Inazuma comes the knowledge that almost half of Teyvat has been explored, with only four more regions left on the Traveler’s journey to find his/her missing sibling. Now, it’s been revealed that these last four regions of Teyvat will be released over the next four years.
In a recent Genshin Impact panel that took place during the all-digital 2021 Game Developers Conference, miHoYo CEO Haoyu Cai spoke about the origins of Genshin Impact, as well as plans for the future. “Although Genshin Impact has been online [since 2020], we are still developing future content,” Cai said.
We just finished the three nations [out of] seven, and the third one, Inazuma hasn’t been updated yet. It will take us another four years to finish all the seven nations in Teyvat.”
It’s been a given that the Traveler will eventually make their way to all seven regions of Teyvat based on established Genshin Impact story beats and, well, the core of their power and uniqueness. It’s also quite nice to have a timeline for the release of the next four regions, even if said timeline is several years out and subject to change. The question now is, which region will be next? Will it be Fontaine or Snezhnaya, both of which have thus far received their fair share of world-building? Or will it be one of the other two lesser-known regions? Only time will tell, though at least for now fans have plenty of new content to explore, with even more on the horizon.
Genshin Impact is now available for PC, PS4, PS5, and Android & iOS devices.
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