Genshin Impact Introduces Jean With New Trailer Featuring Story & Gameplay

  • Genshin Impact Introduces Jean With New Trailer Featuring Story & Gameplay

Genshin Impact Introduces Jean With New Trailer Featuring Story & Gameplay

Original Resin is one of the basic components of play in Genshin Impact. Original Resin is an energy resource that becomes invaluable when trying to obtain certain rewards throughout the game. During certain in-game events, a special promotional character will be up for grabs and have an increased probability rate amongst the players spending Primogems to unlock them. This then gives the player access to the rewards within the Blossom.

Today they released another one, this time featuring Jean, another of the game's most popular characters. For instance, waiting for spell energy to recharge is one of the things that killed mobile game Harry Potter: Wizards Unite for some critics and fans.

What else does miHoYo address in the Genshin Impact FAQ?

The diary takes the form of an FAQ, and one of the main complaints is that players "never have enough Original Resin", making it hard to complete daily tasks and Battle Pass quests. These changes will make it easier to complete Battle Pass missions and will also allow you to farm more Resin through in-game activities. "Furthermore, Travelers will be able to store up to a maximum of 160 Original Resin". While version 1.1 will go some way towards fixing this issue, bindings and controller inputs won't be fully customizable until a later update.

You may have noticed over the past few days that Genshin Impact developer MiHoYo really, really loves trailers.

What else would you like to see in Genshin Impact Update 1.1? At the time of this writing, its Metacritic score sits at an 80 and, according to Screen Rant, it managed to gross more than $1.84 million Dollars via its iOS launch alone. The biggest hurdle for numerous people complaining about Resin is just how long it takes for Resin to build up in-game. With so numerous game's reward functions relying on spending exorbitant amounts of Resin to begin with, it doesn't seem like much has changed with the incremental increase. We'll bring you more on that as soon as we get it. This invariably means players must log in twice a day in order to spend the 150 Resin.