Of course, Genshin Impact is getting a remake of anime

Of course, Genshin Impact is getting a remake of anime

HoyoVerse disclosed a three-minute trailer for Genshin Impact''s 3.1 release date. The anime is being produced in partnership with Demon Slayer and Fate/Zero animation studio Ufotable. There''s a three-minute trailer below.

Because the trailer does not give much of a sense of how the project will take. We get a glimpse of imp Paimon and the twin, whom players choose to be their protagonist in the game. Over that, HoyoVerse did not say anything about the anime''s plot.

Given it''s a "long-term project," the issue might be because that decisions haven''t been made yet. In fairness, the trailer is a visual representation of a very attractive character. I''d see a series that looked similar.

Genshin Impact is a number of anime adaptations coming from Dota 2 to Cyberpunk: Edgerunners this week, bringing the finest-in-class League Of Legends series Arcane.

The rest of the reveal focused on update 3.1, "King Deshret and the Three Magi," the trailer for which included three new characters, Candace, Cyno, and Nilou. (You can see the full''special program'' on YouTube here.) If you haven''t yet recovered all of the characters in the previous update, please visit our Genshin Impact code page.

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