Genshin Impact Release Date For Consoles, PC, And Mobile
Genshin Impact (Credits: MiHoYo)
MiHoYo recently revealed its action RPG game called Genshin Impact which will be coming to PC and Mobile and on top that it will now be releasing on Playstation 4. This was revealed to us by Sony Interactive Entertainment Shanghai and MiHoYo during a PlayStation live press conference that was on 1 August.
As for the PS4 release of Genshin Impact, it will launch later than the PC and mobile versions. This game was announced back in June of 2019 along with a first trailer. At first, Genshin Impact was a manga released recently in the middle of 2018. Moreover, it was hated by many Zelda fans because it was too inspired by Zelda Breath of the Wild but nothing happened every since and Nintendo didn’t comment on it.
We have added a new trailer for Genshin Impact as well as new gameplay.
When people played the Beta, they noticed that it had plenty of differences when compared to Breath of the Wild. Whatever the case may be, we would have to wait and see how the game is then the player can say something about it. Moreover, recently, a new trailer for the game was shown to us by MiHoYo, in that trailer we got to see some new gameplay details as well as we were Introduced to the playable character named Amber. Moreover, the PlayStation 4 version will be playable at the PlayStation booth at ChinaJoy 2019, which is going to runs from 2 August to 5 August in Shanghai.
Genshin Impact Release Date
This game is currently under development and is scheduled to release on PC and mobile in Spring 2020.
Wei Liu, Mihoyo co-founder said during the showcase that “This first-ever partnership between Mihoyo and PlayStation will let us bring Genshin Impact to the broad community of console players, while also welcome players from other platforms to PlayStation,”. He further added that “We will be continuing to optimize the PlayStation version of the game to ensure a smooth gameplay experience and adding exclusive content to the platform. We look forward to working with PlayStation and listening to feedback from PlayStation players to help us further improve Genshin’s Impact.”