The Genshin Impact The reveal 2.0 livestream took place not too long ago, and it provided plenty of details on what fans can expect to see in the July 21 update. This is a big one that adds a ton of new content, so here’s a rundown of everything we know so far about what’s coming in Genshin Impact 2.0.
New Region: Inazuma
What’s new in Genshin Impact 2.0
Players have spent hours and hours in Mondstadt, the city of freedom, and Liyue, the city of contracts. Genshin Impact 2.0 now adds Inazuma, the nation of eternity.
Inazuma is an area that is made up of six main islands and a few scattered islets, all surrounded by water on all sides. It’s a region often clouded by thunderstorms and high winds, but it’s still full of landmarks like the Narukami Grand Shrine and Sakura Sakura, and the Tenshukaku where the Shogun resides (pictured above).
Unsurprisingly, there are also a number of secrets to find along Inazuma’s war-torn coastline and also within its underground ruins. And unlike previous regions, Inazuma puzzles don’t require you to have characters with certain powers in your party to complete them.