Each version of Genshin Impact will last for between six and seven weeks. Updates are usually divided into two parts, which include two limited banner cycles. Anemo Archon Venti and Ayato''s sister Ayaka are among the new characters.
The game''s official social media accounts have previously confirmed that the upcoming Genshin Impact update 2.7 will be delayed indefinitely. While HoYoverse isn''t yet to confirm the reason for the delay, the majority of the community believes it''s due to the complicated COVID-19 situation in Shanghai.
A recent leak on the Genshin Impact Leaks subreddit reveals additional information about Genshin Impact Version 2.7, which still has no official release date. The Reddit thread demonstrates a conversation between a fan and a credible leaker who claims that Version 2.7 will be shorter than HoYoverse''s usual updates. It makes sense considering that in order to return to their usual release dates, the upcoming update will need to be shorter because 2.6 has been long.
Because of the whole Inazuma story, many leaks have confirmed that a new main Genshin Impact area is approaching. HoYoverse intends its summer events ahead of time. However, there are many opportunities to participate in those events before the end of September.
The release of a new major update is one of the most important events on Genshin Impact''s calendar, which means that transporting the new region in time is likely to be a top priority for the developer. However, a few players in the comment section are concerned that 2.7 would be shorter than usual due to the fact that they will have less time to acquire the two new characters that have already been confirmed: Yelan and Kuki Shinobu.
The players claim that Genshin Impact Version 1.3 is the same situation, which is the only update that had three banner cycles, each of which lasted 14 days. A lot of players missed their opportunity to pull for the first banner characters, Xiao, who was probably the most popular player on the game.
Genshin Impact is now available on mobile, tablet, PS4, and PlayStation 5. A switch version is in development.