Genshin Impact, What Makes It Interesting

As we know, Genshin Impact to be the fastest growing F2P RPG game in 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 player, and undiscovered real gameplay. in other gacha games.

Genshin Impact feels like the main type of RPG game being the second gacha where players will easily get lost due to 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. Well, 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 Player

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

Open World RPG Games

You won't see an open world game that includes a gacha element because Genshin Impact is the first. Genshin Impact has a great presentation for a free to play game. Unlike other gacha games, Genshin Impact has no Energy Meter (apart from Resin which is consumed every time the player defeats certain bosses and shrines). That means players can freely roam the world of Teyvat whenever they want. Fortunately, the world feels so alive.

Developer Honkai Impact 3

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 ways. Honkai Impact 3 is an action RPG compared to the open world type RPG Genshin Impact.

If you've ever played Honkai Impact 3, there are still some elements that are very influential on Genshin Impact, such as control to dodge and attack. In addition, the game mode Honkai Impact 3 Post-Honkai Odyssey laid the foundation for the open world game mode Genshin Impact. In addition, illustrator Honkai is also working on modeling 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 or she is allowed to roam within his world. That means players can go on missions, play events, or just explore the world with up to three friends in a party. Genshin Impact is also well made, with less lag and a stable frame. Multiplayer stability

Gacha Has Mercy System

Although mihoYo may not officially discuss 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 pulls is definitely 5-star. Of course, there's no guarantee who it is or whether it will be a weapon but what's important here is that while the gacha rate for SSR is very meager at 0.5%. At least players will never leave hopeless.

Completely Original

Some people might say that the game Genshin Impact completely copying BotW, but apparently not. With its dungeon challenges, original story, elemental mechanics, and popular anime voice cast, Genshin Impact certainly gets its own identity and is completely different from so far compared to The Legend of Zelda.

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Muhammad Hakum

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

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