Genshin Impact Version 1.4 Quality Of Life Changes Revealed
It looks like Genshin Impact is getting some much-needed quality of life improvements for the title’s upcoming implementation of version 1.4. The game’s resin system continues to be a sore spot among players, and as such developer miHoYo is taking aim at this alongside improvements to various crafting systems, the Spiral Abyss interface, and more.
As revealed by the recent Genshin Impact version 1.4 special program, the Condensed Resin inventory limit will be increased from 3 to 5, once again improving upon the overall resin system by a small increment. The cooking, forging, and crafting systems will also be optimized to allow for player owned characters to be set to specific recipes, so no more scrolling all the way to the top of the list to pick one of your characters to provide a bonus for a certain action. The crafting apparatus will also be accessible to players while playing co-op.
As for some of the more worldly quality of life changes, players will soon be able to re-challenge the Spiral Abyss with the press of a single button instead of the cumbersome interface currently available. Players will also be able to favorite specific pieces of received mail, and the player’s World Level will also be able to be manually reduced by one. With the Adventure Rank capped at 60, any experience earned past the cap will be converted directly to Mora. There’s always the potential for more quality of life improvements to be implemented at some point after the arrival of version 1.4, though that’s all we know of for now.
Genshin Impact version 1.4 kicks off on March 17, 2021. The game is currently available for PC, PS4, and Android & iOS devices.
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