Genshin Impact Version 2.6 Gets First Gameplay Showing Kamisato Ayato in Action, the Chasm, Events, & More

Following the reveal of version 2.6 of Genshin Impact, HoYoverse showcased the first gameplay and a lot more details.

Genshin Impact

Following the reveal of version 2.6 of Genshin Impact, HoYoverse showcased the first gameplay and a lot more details in a dedicated livestream.

We start taking a look at the update (which will release on March 30 with the title “Zephyr of the Violet Garden”) with the first gameplay of the new character, Kamisato Ayato.

We also learn that Ayato will come with his event wish with the release of the update, while Venti and Kamisato Ayaka will also get their reruns.

We hear that a new Archon Quest titled “Requiem of the Echoing Depths” is also coming, featuring Dainsleif. We then get to take a look at the new area named “The Chasm.”

We then take a look at the new events, including “Hues of the Violet Garden,” “Spices From the West,” and “Vibro-Crystal Research,” and more.

We also get to take a look at the optimizations, tweaks, and changes coming to the game.

As usual, the livestream also included codes to unlock some Primogems and more goodies, which you can find below.

If you want to learn more about Genshin Impact, you can read our review and watch the trailer dedicated to Kamisato Ayakaone starring Yoimiyaone showing Sayu, two focusing on Aloy from Horizon Zero Dawn and Kujou Saraone showcasing the Raiden Shogun, one focusing on Sangonomiya Kokomi, one showcasing Thomaone featuring Arataki Ittoone starring Gorouone showcasing Shenheone focusing on Yun Jin, and one showcasing Yae Miko.

The game is currently available for PS5, PS4, PC, iOS, and Android.

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