One of the reasons for the popularity of open-world anime RPG Genshin Impact is that it saves your performance between sessions on PC, Android, and iOS. With the noteworthy exception of console players on the PS4 and PS5, this makes its experience seamless regardless of where you’re playing. PlayStation gamers will be capable of playing on the same character and save file throughout all platforms starting with Genshin Impact 2.0.
On its blog, Genshin developer MiHoYo described the complicated technique for interacting with the PlayStation Network. It’s a lot messier than it appears at first. If you already have a game with progress on your PC, Android, or iOS using your MiHoYo login email, but haven’t yet experienced it on your PlayStation, you’ll have to log into the game with that email and account progress. If you want to sync your PlayStation progress to accounts on your PC or mobile device in reverse, you’ll have to create a new MiHoYo account. Oh, and progress synchronisation among the three server groups (Americas, Europe, and Asia) isn’t possible.
The latest addition – Genshin Impact 2.0, “The Immovable God and the Eternal Euthymia,” will include a PlayStation cross-save feature. Doesn’t it just roll off the tongue? The new features as well as the new in-game region will be available on July 21st. The Nintendo Switch version of the game has yet to be given a release date.
Genshin Impact 2.0 is now available on Android, as promised. This is a long-awaited patch that adds cross-platform save functionality, including PSN accounts. Fans may also anticipate to visit Inazuma, a completely new location that includes the new Thunder Sojourn event. There are also new people, tales, weapons, and opponents to contend with. Of course, I’ve pasted the new Play Store changelog below if you’d want to see it. MiHoYo’s whole changelog is also available on the official website.
What’s new in Genshin Impact 2.0?
- New Feature: The Immovable God and the Eternal Euthymia
- New Characters: Kamisato Ayaka, Yoimiya, and Sayu
- New Area: Inazuma
- New Event: Inazuma Main Event “Thunder Sojourn”
- New Story: New Archon Quests and Story Quests
- New Weapons: Thundering Pulse and Mistsplitter Reforged
- New Opponents: Pyro Hypostasis and Perpetual Mechanical Array
Overall, the 2.0 version for Genshin Impact appears to be well-received, so if you’re ready to see all of the new improvements and features, you can get it for free from the Play Store.