Step into Teyvat, a vast world teeming with life and flowing with elemental energy.
You and your sibling arrived here from another world. Separated by an unknown god, stripped of your powers, and cast into a deep slumber, you now awake to a world very different from when you first arrived.
Thus begins your journey across Teyvat to seek answers from The Seven — the gods of each element. Along the way, prepare to explore every inch of this wondrous world, join forces with a diverse range of characters, and unravel the countless mysteries that Teyvat holds...
MASSIVE OPEN WORLD
Climb any mountain, swim across any river, and glide over the world below, taking in the jaw-dropping scenery each step of the way. And if you stop to investigate a wandering Seelie or strange mechanism, who knows what you might discover?
ELEMENTAL COMBAT SYSTEM
Harness the seven elements to unleash elemental reactions. Anemo, Electro, Hydro, Pyro, Cryo, Dendro, and Geo interact in all sorts of ways, and Vision wielders have the power to turn this to their advantage.
Will you vaporize Hydro with Pyro, electro-charge it with Electro, or freeze it with Cryo? Your mastery of the elements will give you the upper hand in battle and exploration.
Feast your eyes on the world around you, with a stunning art style, real-time rendering, and finely tuned character animations delivering you a truly immersive visual experience. Lighting and weather all change naturally over time, bringing every detail of this world to life.
Let the beautiful sounds of Teyvat draw you in as you explore the expansive world around you. Performed by the world's top orchestras such as London Philharmonic Orchestra and Shanghai Symphony Orchestra, the soundtrack changes seamlessly with the time and gameplay to match the mood.
BUILD YOUR DREAM TEAM
Team up with a diverse cast of characters in Teyvat, each with their own unique personalities, stories, and abilities. Discover your favorite party combinations and level up your characters to help you conquer even the most daunting of enemies and domains.
JOURNEY WITH FRIENDS
Team up with friends across various platforms to trigger more elemental action, tackle tricky boss fights, and conquer challenging domains together to reap rich rewards.
As you stand atop the peaks of Jueyun Karst and take in the rolling clouds and vast terrain stretching out before you, you may wish to stay in Teyvat a little longer... But until you are reunited with your lost sibling, how can you rest? Go forth, Traveler, and begin your adventure!
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Requires iOS 12.0 or later
Compatible with iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR, iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone SE (2nd Generation), iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro Max, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max, iPad Air（3rd Generation), iPad mini (5th Generation), iPad Pro (2nd Generation) 12.9-inch, iPad Pro (2nd Generation) 10.5-inch, iPad Pro (3rd Generation) 11-inch, iPad Pro (3rd Generation) 12.9-inch, iPad Pro (4th Generation) 11-inch, iPad Pro (4th Generation) 12.9-inch, iPad Air (4th Generation), iPad (8th Generation), iPad mini (6th Generation), iPad (9th Generation)
Available Text Languages: Chinese (Simplified and Traditional), Japanese, Korean, English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese (Brazil), Indonesian, Vietnamese, Russian, Thai.
Available Voiceover Languages: Chinese, Japanese, Korean, English (Voiceover and text language can be changed independently).
Version 3.1 "King Deshret and the Three Magi" is now available!
New Areas: Land of Upper Setekh, Land of Lower Setekh, and Hypostyle Desert
New Characters: Cyno, Nilou, and Candace
New Events: Version Main Event "Of Ballads and Brews" and Daily Login Event "Path of Gleaming Jade"
New Stories: New Archon Quests and Story Quests
New Weapons: Staff of the Scarlet Sands, Key of Khaj-Nisut, and Missive Windspear
New Bosses: Aeonblight Drake and Algorithm of Semi-Intransient Matrix of Overseer Network
Ratings and Reviews
Elemental magic rules the land of Teyvat in the remarkable Genshin Impact—and as a powerful Traveler, you put this power to good use. Vibrant visual effects transform elemental blasts of fire, ice, and lightning into jaw-dropping spectacles. But it’s not just a looker: Genshin Impact’s beautiful open world is filled with thrilling quests and fascinating secrets. Climb mountains, cook meals, and soar through the skies as you search for your lost sibling—or simply get lost in Teyvat and see what happens.
Good at the Beginning…
Just to clarify, I definitely would’ve rated this game five stars if not for a couple of reasons. First of all, the game is beautiful. The graphics quality is great if you have a good PC or mobile device, but if you don’t, it gets rough. It has an immersive story and great design. The only tiny thing I would critique is having a bit more customization with characters and possibly weapons. Other than that, the only main problem I have is the amount of content. Don’t get me wrong, when you’re first starting out, this game has a inconceivable amount of things to do. But once you get around AR 45 (Adventure Rank,) the content amount seems to die out. The way Genshin works is that there are different regions for you to explore. When the game first came out, there was only one region- Monstadt. Hoyoverse keeps adding new regions, but I feel like the amount of content for the end game is too small. It ends up getting to the point where the only way to get primo gems (the way to get new characters and weapons) is to either collect them from Daily Commissions, that only reset daily and give a small amount of primo gems, events, which come rarely and often take days to unlock the whole thing, and to buy them from the in-game store. Overall, it is a great game that a totally recommend to anyone that’s not going to invest a lot of time into. I suggest saving your primo gems early on and waiting to spend them on something you really want. Great game!
The only thing saving me from boredom
I remember starting Genshin with a wondrous. Everything was so new and exiting. I started in April. I still remember freezing in dragonspine or worried about if I had enough eggs to keep going during my battle. The journeys and quests were endless. This was until AR 47 or somewhere around there. All the quests were completed and most regions (Only two around) were all completed. At this point, the Inazuman word had spread, and people were talking about saving for kazuha, or Ayaka. Once Kazuha came out, is when I stopped being a bit bored again. I had managed to pull him as my first 5* too and was pretty excited, which got me back in. Before all I was doing we’re commissions and then either farm artifacts or farm ley lines. Now I was on a bit more. Inazuma was just about to be out, so I used my fragile resin to farm a bit more. And finally, the arrival of inazuma. It kept me up. I was back to that curious me. Then as time slowly passed, it went away again. Now the most saving me from boredom are the events. This game is dear to me. But it takes so long for a new “Best new quest!” To come out. I remember the golden apple archipelago. That was one of the best quests I was able to be apart of. But once it’s gone it’s gone. This game is awsome fun and great. Enjoy it while it lasts. Because at some point you will be stuck in this endless cycle of commissions+farming every single day. Repetitive, and gets tiring. But I still love you.
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