Genshin Impact Version 2.0 is out now and travelers can’t stop exploring the new Inazuma region. The Inazuma region offers many features and specialties for travelers to explore and continue the story. But to enjoy this freedom, players must meet the minimum requirements set and players must have to complete many missions to meet the criteria.
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Genshin Impact Version 2.0: New players in Genshin Impact must level up a lot and need to reach Adventure Rank 30. They can complete missions on a daily basis, which will increase their Adventure Rank experience. Once players reach AR 30, they will need to complete Archon Quest, ‘Autumn Winds, Scarlet Leaves’. This quest will automatically unlock after AR 30 and will mark the beginning of Inazuma’s story.
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Genshin Impact Version 2.0: Once the players have reached the minimum criteria, in the first part of the Archon mission, players must navigate to a place called Port Liyue to establish a conversation with Katheryne and another member of the crew. They will send travelers from the Far East to a ship. Players can teleport to Guyun Stone Forest and then swim from shore to reach the ship. There they need to speak to the captain of the ship, Bedou. This event will be followed by a cut scene and then the Inazuma region will be seen. Thoma will be there to welcome you to the new region, Ritou, a small peninsula on Narukami Island.
Genshin Impact Version 2.0: Although players can explore Ritou Island, they are not free to explore Inazuma in its entirety. Ritou’s guards will not allow travelers to leave the site. Players must complete an Archon mission called ‘Ritou’s escape plan‘. Players must meet Hiragi Chisato after 18:00 in the game to finally unlock the rest of the region and players are free to explore.
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