Player housing came to Genshin Impact with update 1.5, and since then, players have been sharing their favorite designs for their abodes online and in co-op with friends. One Genshin Impact fan recently shared their version of a Serenitea Pot Mountain Village that’s complete with a well and overlooks a grove.
YouTube content creator GatorDraq recently shared a video of their Genshin Impact player house, which features a mountainous landscape with multiple bridges connecting the different areas. Ramps lead up to a lane of four houses that are highlighted in a time-lapse clip, which shows them illuminate as the sun sets, as well as through a tour through the area on foot. The time-lapse footage shows the foliage dotting the landscape breeze in the wind and as light shines on different parts of the player housing, different aspects stand out more.
There are a few lanterns that light up the path of GatorDraq’s Genshin Impact Mountain Village, while barrels rest beside most of the small buildings and add to the theme of GatorDraq’s creation. These aesthetics are even more noticeable as GatorDraq tours their creation as Genshin Impact Geo character Zhongli. In front of one of the village’s small buildings is a fruit and veggie stall sitting next to sacks full of other goods, a wagon, and a box that suggests the set of four houses has a small market.
The path from the GatorDraq’s small village leads to a well that steams like a hot spring and includes a sitting area for the Genshin Impact fan and their friends to sit and socialize at. From the outside, other Genshin Impact players can look into the well area through a window GatorDraq punched into the mountain to further the village’s open concept. Although the scale of GatorDraq’s Mountain Village is shown during the time-lapse portion of the video, it’s more noticeable when Zhongli is there to compare it for scale during the YouTube video.
Genshin Impact players are able to build houses in the game using the Serenitea Pot like GatorDraq once they reach Adventure Rank 28 and complete the quest “A Teapot to Call Home.” In addition to the Mountain Village GatorDraq has created, they’ve also made an obstacle course called the Boxed Labyrinth which they also made a YouTube video of. Outside of Genshin Impact, this YouTuber is typically making F-Zero, Mario Kart 8, and Super Mario 3D World content.
Genshin Impact is available right now for mobile, Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4, and PS5.