Genshin Impact Version 1.4 Pre-install, Release Details Revealed
Genshin Impact Version 1.4 is nearly upon us, promising players of the massively popular gacha game a triumphant return to Mondstadt just in time for the Windblume Festival. For those looking to get a bit of a head start on the festivities, pre-install details for Version 1.4 has been revealed.
As revealed by Genshin Impact developer miHoYo, the ability to pre-install the Version 1.4 update will go live on March 14 at 10 PM CT. PC users – as always – have things pretty easy. Once the pre-install function goes live, a button prompt will appear in the game’s client next to the launch button. Players need only select the pre-install button to begin downloading files, and they’ll be able to play the game while doing so.
As for Android and iOS users, pre-installing Version 1.4 is just a bit more complicated. Mobile users will need to go into the Paimon Menu > Settings > Other > Pre-Install Resource Package. Alternatively, you can simply tap the “Pre-Install Resource Package” icon that will appear on the bottom left corner of the login menu starting on March 14th.
As for what fans can expect once Genshin Impact Version 1.4 goes live, there should be a similar amount of new content in comparison to 1.3’s Lantern Rite Festival, just with the added bonus of a dating sim-esque adventure with the majority of Mondstadt’s playable characters. The 4* Cryo Polearm user Rosaria will also be making her official debut for 1.4, so those looking to jab their opponents with ice should look forward to it! We previously covered the suite of quality of life improvements coming in Version 1.4, which can be read right here.
Genshin Impact is now available for PC, PS4, and Android & iOS devices. Version 1.4 will be releasing on March 17, 2021.
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