Genshin Impact developer MiHoYo released two new trailers introducing two characters who will appear in the upcoming action-RPG .
They’re Keqing and Mona, and we get to see once more the lovely anime-style visuals of the game.
You can check both trailers out below.
Here’s how the developer describes Keqing:
“The Yuheng of the Liyue Qixing. Keqing has much to say about Rex Lapis’ unilateral approach to policymaking in Liyue -but in truth, gods admire skeptics such as her quite a lot.
She firmly believes that humanity’s future should be determined by humans themselves, and that they can even do better than the archons and adepti have done for them. In order to prove this, she works harder than anyone else.”
Below you can read about Mona.
“A mysterious young astrologer who proclaims herself to be “Astrologist Mona Megistus,” and who possesses abilities to match the title. Erudite, but prideful.
Though she is often strapped for cash and lives a life of thrift, she is resolved to never use astrology for profit… It is this very resolution that has caused her to constantly fret about money.”
If you want to see more of Genshin Impact, you can enjoy the latest trailer, an earlier promotion video, another from Chinajoy, one from a few weeks ago, the opening cutascene, and two trailers introducing Fischl. You can also read our recent hands-on preview.
The game launches on September 28 for PS4, PC, iOS, and Android, with a Switch version also planned down the line.
Here’s how the developers describe Genshin Impact.
“As a free-to-play online title, Genshin Impact enables players to explore Mondstadt and Liyue Harbor – two of the seven major cities in Teyvat – each with unique cultural ambience, stories, vast surrounding landscapes full of diverse creatures and enemies, mysteries, and hidden treasures. Furthermore, the game will continue to expand with more cities, following stories, new characters and seasonal events through live-service updates to enrich the gameplay and expedition in the continent of Teyvat.”
Recently, Sony’s Shuhei Yoshida mentioned MiHoYo as an example of the momentum enjoyed by developers from Asia.