Genshin Impact, like most live service titles, has a bit of FOMO baked into the cake. Players are encouraged to participate in time-limited events to get all the goodies they can get before the event is gone, sometimes forever. And even if the event does return, it is often changed to better reflect the progression of Genshin Impact’s story.
While these limited-time events can be exciting, they’re also kind of bad. If you’re on a trip, have a tight deadline, or life gets in your way, you’re missing out. This can mean missing rhythms, important characters in the story, or both.
Fortunately, HoYoverse, the developer of Genshin, seems to have heard the community’s outrage and is exploring ways to make time-limited events less restrictive. In an interview with IGNA HoYoverse spokesperson acknowledged the issues of missing a new character reveal and said the studio has plans to bring more replayability to Genshin.
“With limited-time seasonal events, we want to show players how the world of Teyvat and each character has changed over time outside of the main story. So, even if events come back, like the Golden Apple Archipelago in 2.8, there will be changes to the relevant characters, stories and gameplay. “. “However, we are studying the issues you mentioned and may have new ideas in the future as our technology and productivity advance.”
Ending FOMO in video games is one thing, but real life is another matter entirely. Case in point, Genshin fans in London will want to check out the giant inflatable Paimon sailing down the Thames on October 2. The game kicks off at 9am in London Bridge and finishes later that afternoon across the Tate Modern. It is difficult to say for sure because it will depend on the flow of the river and wind conditions. After Paimon makes her final stop, fans can gather at Butlers Wharf Pier for a get-together that will include cake, drinks, and gifts of goods.
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