Genshin Impact 2.7 Update Delayed; New Date & Info Arriving Soon

Developer HoYoverse just recently revealed on their official Twitter account that the next Version Update for Genshin Impact has been delayed to an unspecified date. This is the first time that a Version Update has had a delay. Although the official tweet says the reason is due to “project progress,” fans are speculating the delay may have something to do with the recent lockdown that has hit the city of Shanghai, China.

The official Twitter stated:

Due to project progress, the Version 2.7 update will be postponed. For detailed information on the date of the new update, content adjustment plan, and compensation, please stay tuned for upcoming announcements.

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UPDATE (May 5th): The developers have announced that Version 2.6 will be officially entering Phase III, with the previously absent Spices From the West event making an appearance from May 14 to June 7, after being mysteriously replaced with the Marvelous Merchandise event.

Players have also awakened this morning to a surprising sight: Both the Heron of the Court and Epitome Invocation banners now display that they will end in 240 days, but the developers have stated that this is a placeholder, and urges players to keep an eye out for future announcements regarding the end date of both banners. Furthermore, a compensation of 400 Primogems, 1 Fragile Resin, 7 Hero’s Wit, 16 Mystic Enhancement Ore, and 120,000 Mora will be issued every week to all players who are Adventure Rank 5 or higher.

A full infographic of the contents of Phase III was also posted on their official Twitter account here:

Genshin Impact is a free-to-play open-world action RPG that brings players to the visually stunning world of Teyvat. The player takes on the role of the mysterious “Traveler,” who sets off on a journey to discover the fate of their lost sibling and unveils the mysterious secrets of Teyvat along the way.

The Version 2.6 update, Zephyr of the Violet Garden, is now available for download on PS4 and PS5 from the PlayStation Store, on Android from Google Play, on iOS from the App Store, and on PC from Epic Games Store or the Genshin Impact official website, with brand-new areas such as the Liyue Chasm, a perilous place that was once sealed for unknown reasons. 10 GB of free disk space is required on PC, while roughly 3 GB of free storage space is required on mobile.

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