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Genshin Impact: How to Redeem Promo Codes

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Genshin Impact: How to Redeem Promo Codes

The hype continues to build for Genshin Impact’s anticipated next update today as developer miHoYo has released both a new trailer and an extensive presentation teasing some of what’s to come. But wait, there’s more! To help get you ready to (hopefully) pull the game’s new character, Xiao, when he becomes available, the team is giving away a bunch of free Primogems! Here’s how to redeem promo codes in Genshin Impact so that you don’t miss out.

How to Redeem Promo Codes in Genshin Impact

Redeeming free codes in Genshin Impact is easy regardless of which system you’re playing on. For anybody who knows their miHoYo login details, you can simply visit the dedicated code redemption site, login, and then enter each code. Your rewards will then be available via the Paimon Mail section of the menu.

PS4 and PS5 players can now also redeem codes in-game as well, simply by opening the menu, accessing the settings tab, and then scrolling down to “Redeem Code.”

Here are today’s codes released in tandem with the Version 1.3 Special Presentation video:

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As for what’s actually up for grabs, there are 300 Primogems in total across all three codes, as well as some Mora and various other useful resources (Adventurer’s Experience, etc).

It isn’t a heck of a lot, but every bit helps. 300 Primogems will almost get you two Wishes via the game’s gacha system. That could be enough to pull Xiao if you’re extremely lucky; otherwise, we recommend saving up as much as you possibly can ahead of Version 1.3 to try and get enough for at least a 10-Wish pull (1600 Primogems). You can always refer to our handy guide on how to get Primogems quickly (though you should be familiar with the processes by now).

And that’s everything you should need to know about how to redeem promo codes in Genshin Impact. For more useful tips and guides on the game, be sure to check out Twinfinite’s wiki.

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