Genshin Impact meteorite locations guide

Learn where to find all meteorite shard locations in Genshin Impact during the Unreconciled Stars event.

Finding yourself starstruck as you attempt to track down Genshin Impact’s new meteorite shards? The Unreconciled Stars event brings a new attraction to several corners of Teyvat, as stars fall from the sky and affect the people around them. The game will tell you the general area they’ll arrive in, but not the specifics. Fortunately our Genshin Impact meteorite locations guide has all the places you need to go to find the meteorite remnants.

Genshin Impact meteorite locations guide

Genshin Impact meteorite locations guide
 
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Before you head out to salvage meteorites in Genshin Impact, make sure that you are at Adventure Rank 20 and speak with Katheryne from the Adventurers' Guild in Mondstadt to complete the Unknown Star quest. After that’s done, you’ll be able to start heading out to find meteorite shards in the next stage of the event.

We’ve broken down our meteorite locations guide by day and region, so simply scroll down the day and area you’re after so you can visit the locations listed. Looking at the images below, you could almost believe they’ve fallen in constellations! 

Day 1 meteorite locations

Qingce Village & Wuwang Hill meteorite locations

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There are a total of 20 meteorite shard locations in Genshin Impact’s Qingce Village/Wuwang Hill area. We recommend starting up on Wuwang Hill and then looping around the coast to the west and up to Qingce village.

Guyun Stone Forest meteorite locations

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There are a total of 20 meteorite locations in the Guyun Stone Forest. You’ll need to hop between the islands here to collect them all.

Starfell Valley meteorite locations

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There are a total of 22 meteorite locations in Starfell Valley. Don’t forget to grab the one sitting on the tiny island just off the east coast of Starsnatch Cliff.

Day 2 meteorite locations

Dadaupa Gorge meteorite locations

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There are a total of 19 meteorite locations in Dadaupa Gorge. We recommend collecting those north of the lake, then looping back down after collecting the one at the end of the cape.

Yaoguang Shoal meteorite locations

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You'll find 17 meteorite locations in Yaoguang Shoal and the surrounding areas. Don't forget to collect the one on the small island at the eastern edge.

Qingyun Peak meteorite locations

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At Qingyun Peak and the mountains nearby are 20 meteorite locations from Day 2 of Genshin Impact's Unreconciled Stars event. You'll need to plan a path careful to avoid a painful amount of climing, as you need to head between several different mountains.

Salvage the meteorite shards and you can start salvaging the Fading Star’s Might. Use the star bits to purchase items in the event store. Don’t forget that you can also grab up to 100 more via NPC quests per day. In total, all event items cost around 2000 Fading Star’s Might, so as long as you farm them all each day this month, you should be able to buy most of what’s in store. It takes about 10-20 minutes to sweep up the fallen stars around the map from both days. If any more are added, we'll be sure to update you with any further meteorite locations in Genshin Impact.

Now that you’ve learned the meteorite locations in Genshin Impact, click here to visit our hub page for the game to see what other handy guides we have for you!

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Henry Stenhouse serves an eternal punishment as the Associate Editor of AllGamers. He spent his younger life studying the laws of physics, even going so far as to complete a PhD in the subject before video game journalism stole his soul. Confess your love of Super Smash Bros. via email at henry.stenhouse@allgamers.com, or catch him on Twitter.

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