Genshin Impact is one of the most popular games right now and was voted Best New Game for PlayStation 4 in September. Although the game caused a lot of buzz after its reveal and a PS4 fan crashed their console, very few expected it to be as big as it got. If you’ve enjoyed the game immensely and are excited for new content, here is the Genshin Impact Roadmap for 2020 which includes a release date for version 1.1 as well as the Dragonspine section.
As mentioned earlier, Genshin Impact is remarkably popular as some are calling it the Breath Of The Wild free game that people never knew they needed. While comparisons to Breath of the Wild are both justified and disproportionate, it’s easy to see why the game has resonated with so many, given that it’s free, the battle is superbly fun, the scenery is huge, and the characters are usually cute anime are protagonists.
If you are enjoying the game and excited for future content, please see the roadmap for 2020 below which includes a release date for version 1.1 as well as the Dragonspine section.
What is the release date of Genshin Impact version 1.1?
The release date for Genshin Impact version 1.1 is November 11th.
This is the expected release date for Genshin Impact version 1.1 per miHoYo and will coincide with an event called Unreconciled Stars.
While the aforementioned event is scheduled with the patch launching, leaks suggest that new characters will be added as well.
According to Milennium, there will be four new characters: Diona and Xinyang as four-star rarities and Childe and Zhong Li as five-stars.
The release date of Genshin Impact version 1.1 may change if there is a delay. However, November 11th is the current schedule.
Genshin Impact Roadmap 2020
In addition to version 1.1, the 2020 roadmap for Genshin Impact also includes the release date for Update 1.2 and Dragonspine.
According to the Genshin Impact 2020 roadmap, the release date for the 1.2 update and the Dragonspine area is December 23rd.
This could of course change if there is a delay, but miHoYo has stated that the goal is to provide updates every six weeks.
With regard to the time after 2020, the roadmap for Genshin Impact ends with Update 1.3, which only targets February 2021.
Update 1.3 will come with an event called the Lantern Rite.
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