Genshin Impact 1.1 trailer teases next 4 characters and dramatic chapter finale

Genshin Impact's 1.1 update will arrive on November 11 bringing its opening chapter to an end with a bang.

The first major update for anime MMO Genshin Impact is coming on November 11, and its first trailer reveals what we can expect from the 1.1 update.

As you might expect with a free-to-play gacha-based game, there will be four more characters added to round out your squad (if you're lucky enough to pull them in a Wish). You can see some of them hinted at in the Genshin Impact Version 1.1 update trailer below:

Among the four new characters coming to Genshin Impact are two five-star pulls (Zhongli the Geo Polearm-user, and Hydro bowman Childe) and two four-star pulls (Xinyan the Pyro claymore-wielding shamisen player, and Diona the Cryo bowlady). There will likely be new banners and Wishes to get them from when the 1.1 update goes live on November 11.

We'll also see the conclusion of the current storyline in Liyue, as your intrepid squad of anime pals attempt to solve the mystery of Rex Lapis' assassination. The current two regions, Mondstadt and Liyue, will also receive a reputation system which adds even more task-based levelling and rewards. And 1.1 will also introduce the first season event, Unreconciled Stars, in which you will attempt to avert a terrible catastrophe from befalling the land of Teyvat.

The Unreconciled Stars event will last two weeks with new quests and co-op challenges, adding more reasons to play Genshin Impact with your pals. If you've not already, you can invite them a friend to sign up to Genshin Impact and both of you get rewards. And even if you don't play with a pal, even just participating in the Unreconciled Stars event will net you Fischl for free, which is an absolute steal considering she's a top tier Genshin Impact character.

Are you excited for Genshin Impact version 1.1 to drop on November 11? Who are you hoping to pull from the four new characters added to the game?

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