Genshin Impact’s 2.0 update introduces three areas to the game as part of the new Inazuma region. Here’s everything to know about each one.
The arrival of the Inazuma region in Genshin Impact Version 2.0 is already offering players plenty of new content to experience and places to explore. As the initial Inazuma content is available, this means three major areas have now opened up to players. For those looking to dive in to this new island nation, here’s everything to know about each new major area.
Ahead of the new update, developer miHoYo had already revealed quite a bit about Genshin Impact‘s new Inazuma region. Concept art was teased during the Version 1.5 livestream before a more in-depth look was shared as part of the 2.0 broadcast. Focused on the Electro Element, Inazuma is a nation in turmoil, as the Archon, Baal, is currently taking citizens’ Visions while a resistance group has appeared and started to gain momentum.
While many players may become preoccupied with Inazuma’s main story and conflict, there are also new events, side quests, and characters to discover. As usual with Genshin Impact updates, however, not all content will be instantly available as soon as the new Version launches. Some of the new features will be arriving over the course of Version 2.0’s six-week run, while other aspects of Inazuma – like additional areas – probably won’t arrive until Version 2.1 or later.
Genshin Impact’s Three New Major Inazuma Areas Explained
In Genshin Impact 2.0, there are three new areas currently open for players to explore: Narukami Island, Kannazuka, and Yashiori Island. Kannazuka is home to the Kujou Encampment and Tatarasuna. The Kujou Clan runs one of Inazuma’s three Commissions, and is in charge of managing the nation’s security and military affairs. Meanwhile, Yashiori Island is home to some of Version 2.0’s most powerful world bosses and two of Inazuma’s Forts.
Players will arguably spend most of their time on Narukami Island, however, since this is home to Inazuma City – among other locales like Mt. Yougou. As a central hub for the region, as well as a vital place to restock and interact with NPCs and shops, players will ostensibly spend a lot of time in Inazuma City over the course of the Version 2.0 update – as well as other future Inazuma content.
However, in order to reach Inazuma in Genshin Impact 2.0 for the first time, players will first have to finish a few prerequisites, including being Adventure Rank 30 or higher. And while these three areas are the first major additions to the Inazuma content, more areas will likely open up in future Genshin Impact updates like Version 2.1 and beyond.
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