Genshin Impact, What Makes It Interesting

As we know, Genshin Impact being the fastest growing F2P RPG game of 2020. The game has also received multiple awards and even Game Awards 2020 nominations for its unprecedented presentation, high-budget visuals and music, all-star cast, and unheard of true gameplay. in other gacha games.

Genshin Impact feels like the main type of RPG game is the second kind of gacha where players will easily get lost because of how deep and immersive the world of Teyvat is. Players will even forget that this is a gacha game when they see how cool this game is. So, if you've never played Genshin Impact before and want to prepare yourself for one of the best anime-style games ever made, here are some important tips before playing.

Requires Active Players

Unlike most gacha games that include an auto-play system for farming, Genshin Impact is a very active game. Yes, an actual game. This game focuses more on its RPG elements than its gacha parts. And if you don't have the time and dedication to put in the game, you'll never be able to get certain materials by simply standing still. Players will have to go out and find it on their own. That meant everything from equipment to leveling to participating in events. But even though it requires active play, it's not like Fate Grand Order.

Open World RPG Games

You won't see open world games that include gacha elements because Genshin Impact is the first. Genshin Impact has an excellent presentation for a free-to-play game. Unlike other gacha games, Genshin Impact doesn't have an Energy Meter (apart from the Resin which is consumed every time the player defeats certain bosses and temples). That means players can freely roam the world of Teyvat whenever they want. Fortunately, the world feels so alive.

Honkai Impact 3 Developers

Mihoyo, the developer and publisher of Genshin Impact, is also responsible for another well-known gacha game, Honkai Impact 3. Some players might say the two are the same except that Honkai Impact 3 is more linear than Genshin Impact. However, the two are very different in many parts. Honkai Impact 3 is an action RPG compared to Genshin Impact's open world RPG type.

If you've ever played Honkai Impact 3, there are still some elements that really influence Genshin Impact, such as the controls for dodging and attacking. Additionally, the Honkai Impact 3 Post-Honkai Odyssey game mode lays the foundation for Genshin Impact's open world game mode. In addition, illustrator Honkai also worked on models for Genshin Impact.

Co-Op mode

One of the best parts of Genshin Impact is the inclusion of co-op mode. Here, anyone can enter another player's world at any time as long as he allows roaming within his world. That means players can take on missions, play events, or just explore the world with up to three friends in a party. Genshin Impact is also well made, with minimal lag and stable frames. Multiplayer stability

Gacha Has a Mercy System

While mihoYo may not officially address this feature, Genshin Impact includes a mercy system for gacha. For every time a player doesn't get an SSR or 5-star character in 90 pulls, then the next pull is definitely a 5-star. Of course, there's no guarantee who it will be or whether it will be a weapon but what's important here is that while the gacha rate for SSR is a measly 0.5%. At least players will never leave without hope.

Completely Original

Some people might say that games Genshin Impact completely copied BotW, but it didn't. With dungeon challenges, an original story, elemental mechanics, and a cast of popular anime voice actors, Genshin Impact is certainly getting an identity of its own and a departure from The Legend of Zelda.

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Muhammad Hakum

A game lover and likes to write about experiences in playing.