Genshin Impact launch trailer lands, preload the game now on PS4, PC, iOS, and Android

Genshin Impact is going to be available tomorrow, September 28th, for PS4, PC, Android, and iOS, so ahead of the release miHoYo has released the launch trailer for the first version of the game. It has also been confirmed that Genshin Impact is available to preload for the platform of your choice. You can grab the download links below the trailer.

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Forrest Liu, General President of miHoYo, said

“For the past three and a half years, our team has been working towards creating a sprawling, beautiful open-world game in which players have the freedom to explore alone or bring friends along for the journey. We’re very grateful to have over 10 million players pre-registered for Genshin Impact across PS4, PC, and mobile around the world. We can’t wait to see you all in the world of Teyvat.”

In Genshin Impact players take on the role of The Traveler who washes up on the shores of Teyvat. The main story will be about searching for the character’s sibling but there will be plenty of other quests to experience. There will be over 30 companions to ally with to make up your party of four. Genshin Impact has been confirmed for Switch too but the beta will not be available on that platform.

Miguel had some time with the Genshin Impact beta, and he wrote:

Genshin Impact is the kind of game I’ve been craving for a long time. I obsess over collecting the characters and upgrades in all sorts of free-to-play mobile games, but their insistence on repetitive short-form missions and minimal downtime always burns me out. Genshin Impact steps in a completely opposite direction, providing an immersive and zen world full of natural beauty to explore at your own pace, while also delivering a heaping helping of characters, skill points, missions, equipment and more that is sure to keep me glued to the full game for ages.

You can read the full preview here.

Source: Press Release

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