A new leak for Genshin Impact has revealed a variety of mini-games set to be available in Version 3.6’s flagship event. The popular RPG from HoYoverse has already seen multiple details about the upcoming update revealed between leaks and official information from the developer. HoYoverse would confirm Baizhu and Kaveh as the next characters to join the game’s roster, adding two new Dendro members to the game, with leaks hinting at a map expansion and new enemies. Now, players have learned a little more about the update’s flagship event.
Each new update from Genshin Impact typically comes with multiple mini-games as part of the patch’s main highlighted event. The recently concluded Windblume’s Breath featured several special games for players to tackle as a part of the Mondstadt festival, including balloon chasing, photo taking, and the return of Genshin‘s rhythm game. Other smaller events throughout Version 3.5 have included a Fungus-based re-imagining of Theater Mechanicus and combat challenges, among others. Now, Version 3.6 is set to bring plenty of mini-games with special rewards.
An update from prominent Genshin Impact leaker Genshin Intel has revealed the full suite of mini-games coming to the game’s next update. Version 3.6’s flagship event, titled “A Parade of Providence,” will feature multi-stage mini-games offered by each of the Sumeru Academia’s Darshans. Mini-games will range from domain challenges and a new rhythm game to brand-new mini-game concepts like a building challenge within the Serenitea Pot and a “lateral thinking riddle.” Genshin Impact‘s Version 3.6 is expected to debut on April 12, with its flagship event likely launching a few days after.
Genshin Intel’s details about the event also included the available rewards, with one particular prize catching players’ eyes. A Parade of Providence will reportedly offer players a whopping 820 Primogems in total along with new furnishings as a reward for fully completing all of its mini-game challenges. Players will also be able to pick up a free four-star character, with Anemo Bow user Faruzan available by completing the event. Faruzan was first released alongside the highly-anticipated Wanderer in Version 3.3.
Version 3.6’s flagship event is set to join another major addition planned to come to Genshin Impact during the patch. The April update to Genshin Impact is expected to introduce the next major expansion to the Sumeru region, pushing the boundaries of the region’s desert further to the north. The newly-added desert region will reportedly make Sumeru’s in-game size greater than that of both Mondstadt and Liyue combined. Genshin Impact looks to have plenty to keep players busy throughout Version 3.6 between a variety of mini-games and new locations to explore.
Genshin Impact is available for PC, PS4, PS5, and mobile devices. A Switch version is in development.