Genshin Impact Coming to GeForce Now This Week

While Genshin Impact is not the most resource intensive game, perhaps you are hoping to enjoy the experience seamlessly on the cloud, perhaps on your mobile device where data storage is a premium. In which case, you have just got to wait until 23 June 2022, with GeForce Now confirming that HoYoverse’s open-world adventure RPG will support the service starting then. This follows a limited beta test, which they claim delivered “positive feedback from subscribers”.

For those who are new to Genshin Impact, the game is a free-to-play, gacha-supported experience that is most comparable to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wilds. Players embark on the journey as a traveler from another world who has found themselves stranded in the land of Teyvat. Searching for their missing sibling in a vast continent made up of seven nations (three of which are currently playable) alongside unlockable companions and their floating emergency food friend Paimon – you can master the art of elemental combat, balance characters abilities and become immersed in the experience that awaits.

You can read my full original launch version review of Genshin Impact, HERE.

The Genshin Impact beta on GeForce NOW showed us the potential of making an immersive gaming experience within reach to many more gamers. We believe that GeForce NOW makes it possible for both existing fans to expand where and how they play, and for new players to start with more options.

Wenyi Jin – Vice President of Globalisation at HoYoverse

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