Through social media and the HoYoLAB platform, HoYoverse frequently communicates with the Genshin Impact player community. A further communication channel used by HoYoverse is the Teyvat Times newsletter, which provides in-depth reports on each update. Teyvat Times Volume 4 offers insight into the most recent data for Genshin Impact version 2.8 as it comes to an end.
In version 2.8, Genshin Impact added additional content, including quests and events, to the Golden Apple Archipelago limited-time region. The Golden Apple Archipelago initially became accessible to players in version 1.6 when Klee and her comrades from Mondstadt assisted in getting there. Additionally, the Golden Apple Archipelago introduced the Waverider navigation technology, enabling users to travel across the ocean in a swift ship. In preparation for Genshin Impact version 2.0, the significant Inazuma update, Waveriders would be regarded as a standard system for the open-world action RPG.
Since the beginning of Genshin Impact version 2.8, when players first started exploring the Golden Apple Archipelago, HoYoverse has kept track of various statistics. Through the official Genshin Impact Twitter account, the business gave a sneak peek at these records. In addition, Teyvat Times Volume 4 describes these figures from the viewpoint of notable columnists Paimon and Genshin Impact figures like the Traveler, Xinyan, and Kaedehara Kazuha. For instance, Fischl is happy to learn that the Twilight Theater’s first week saw nearly over 681,000 performances.
The August 24 release of Genshin Impact version 3.0 hasn’t stopped the game’s social media popularity, which has been vital for quite some time. The main Archon tale is continued in the new update, which also introduces the Sumeru region. Along with introducing the Dendro element, players may anticipate brand-new Sumeru characters.
Due to schedule modifications for the following Genshin Impact updates, players should anticipate more frequent Teyvat Times releases. Near the end of version 3.0, Volume 5 will probably concentrate on the Sumeru region.