Genshin Impact’s Marvelous Merchandise Returns With Better Rewards, Tougher Turn-Ins
Genshin Impact’s Elvis impersonator is officially returning to the popular gacha game. That’s right, another round of Marvelous Merchandise is now live featuring Liben and undoubtedly even more of his questionable life choices. The event is only sort of a re-run, as now the entire process is more streamlined and features greater rewards at the cost of multiple daily turn-ins.
Genshin Impact developer miHoYo took to the game’s official website to break down what to expect from the latest round of Marvelous Merchandise. As like before, the NPC Liben will offer to provide the player with a ‘Box o’ Marvels’ reward in exchange for not one, but three different turn-ins. This time around players don’t get to choose their colored box, they’ll be given one automatically.
Once the player has exchanged for Boxes o’ Marvels a total of five times, Liben will offer a ‘Mega Box O’ Marvels’, which will grant the player “additional rewards that include Primogems, Hero’s Wit, Mystic Enhancement Ore, and Mora.” The event runs from 1/23 10:00 to 1/30 03:59:59 Server Time, so there’s an extra day or two with which to get everything done.
The previous Hypostatic Symphony event is still ongoing and will be ending on 1/31 at 3:59:59, just a few days before the arrival of Version 1.3. Information on what’s to come in the next major update can be found right here.
Genshin Impact is now available for PC, PS4, and Android & iOS devices. The game will be releasing on Nintendo Switch at some point this year.
So, thoughts on the return of Liben and his Marvelous Merchandise? Plan on grinding out all 5 days to get your Mega Box O’ Marvels? Let us know in the comments section below, and as always, stay tuned to Don’t Feed the Gamers for all the latest gaming and entertainment news! Don’t forget to follow DFTG on Twitter for our 24/7 news feed!
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