Genshin Impact Leak Reveals Popular Mini-Game Returning in Version 3.5

Genshin Impact’s upcoming Version 3.5 will feature the return of a fan-favorite mini-game as part of the Windblume festivities.

A new Genshin Impact leak has revealed one of the game’s most popular mini-games will be returning in Version 3.5 as part of the Windblume festivities. The next update for HoYoverse’s massively popular RPG is set to feature a variety of events to go alongside the return of Mondstadt’s Windblume Festival, bringing players back to the game’s first region. The event will feature the addition of Mondstadt’s newest character with Mika, as well as an event-exclusive new area of Mondstadt. Now, Version 3.5 will see the return of a fan-favorite mini-game.


Mini-games have often been a highlight of Genshin Impact‘s various events throughout the game’s more than two years. Event mini-games have ranged from combat and traversal challenges tasking players with mastering the game’s mechanics to mini-games inspired by other popular games like Breakout and Pokemon. Version 3.4’s Lantern Rite features a variety of mini-games for players to tackle with combat, traversal, boat driving, and the unique “paper theater” mini-game. According to a recent leak, Genshin Impact‘s rhythm mini-game is set to return in the next version.

A recent video shared by prominent Genshin Impact leaker Team China has revealed the RPG’s popular rhythm mini-game will be appearing as part of the Windblume festival. The video shows off many of the songs playable during the event with trailer themes for several characters like Tighnari, Collei, and Albedo featured. The mini-game will also feature several in-game tracks with the Windblume cutscene music and Stormterror’s battle theme included. Fans have noted that this version of the mini-game will feature full songs, as opposed to the previous versions’ shortened songs.

The new version of Genshin Impact‘s popular musical mini-game serves as the fourth time the HoYoverse RPG has featured an event based around its music. Genshin Impact first introduced the rhythm mini-game with the game’s initial Windblume Festival during Version 1.4. The event later returned with the “Tuned to the World’s Sounds” event in Version 2.2 and, most recently, with the Drumalong Festival in Version 2.7. Each version of Genshin Impact‘s rhythm games have given players its featured instrument as a Gadget to create their own music as a reward.

Along with the festivities in Mondstadt, Genshin Impact‘s Version 3.5 is set to bring several additions to the game outside the initial region. Version 3.5 will welcome a new five-star character in Dehya, who featured heavily in the story of Genshin Impact‘s newest region of Sumeru. The update will also feature a new chapter of the game’s Archon Quest, an Interlude chapter focused on the Traveler, alongside other minor events like a new version of the Pokemon-inspired fungus event. Genshin Impact‘s Version 3.5 will look to have plenty in store for players when it launches in early March.

Genshin Impact is available now for PC, PS4, PS5, and mobile devices. A Switch version is in development.

Source: Gamerant

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