On September 16 2022, Hoyoverse said that Genshin Impact would receive an anime series produced in association with the Japanese animation company Ufotable, known for producing well-known international anime programmes like Demon Slayer.
- Genshin Impact game was created and released by miHoYo. In 2020, it was released for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, iOS, and Android. In 2021, it was released for PlayStation 5, and a Nintendo Switch release is planned. The game has an open world with an anime-inspired aesthetic and an action-based battle system that employs elemental magic and character switching.
- In 2020, Genshin Impact completely revolutionised the video game market by drawing a sizable player base and earning close to $400 million in its first two months of sales. To put things in perspective, this was more than Pokémon Go, which over the same time period brought in $238 million in revenue.
During a developer’s broadcast on Friday, the series’ creators unveiled a first look and concept trailer. HoYoverse has described this as a “long-term project,” so it will probably be some time before the final episodes are released given that this is simply a concept trailer.
The official “Genshin Impact” account of the game developer tweeted on Friday, “Let’s step into this vast magical world of adventure together!”. “The long-term collaboration project between Genshin Impact and ufotable has begun.” The anime series’ projected premiere date was not disclosed by the production companies, and the video offers no concrete hints as to what the show’s potential focus may be.
Genshin Impact Long-Term Project Launch: Concept Trailer | Genshin Impact— Genshin Impact (@GenshinImpact) September 16, 2022
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2020 saw the initial release of “Genshin Impact,” which has since grown to rank among the top-grossing mobile games. Players in the RPG explore an open environment in quest of the seven elemental Archons.
“Ninja Nonsense,” “Coyote Ragtime Show,” “The Garden of Sinners,” “Fate/Zero,” and “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba” are a few of the works produced by Ufotable. The company has also worked on other video game adaptations, such as “God Eater” and “Tales of Zestiria the X,” both of which are based on Bandai Namco games.
Later this month, Genshin Impact will commemorate two years of operation. Players of the free-to-play game embark on a fantastical trip that travels through different areas inspired by actual nations. The game is well-known for its breathtaking natural surroundings, and it appears that the anime series will incorporate same design features as well. Developers updated users with fresh information for the impending 3.1 patch on Friday.