Genshin Impact Golden Slumber Red Desert Threshold Bonifaz

Genshin Impact: Golden Slumber and Red Desert Threshold guide

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The Sumeru Desert region in Genshin Impact is a vast area with many ruins. These ancient and forgotten places might have secrets of their own. Here’s our Genshin Impact guide to help you complete the Golden Slumber quest, as well as unlock the Red Desert Threshold domain.

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Genshin Impact Golden Slumber quest guide – Bonifaz and the Red Desert Threshold domain

If you’re just exploring the Sumeru Desert region, you’ll likely find rolling sand dunes west of Aaru Village. While you would see the Red Desert Threshold marker, it’s as though there’s nothing there. That’s because it’s underground, and we need to do something else to gain access.

In any case, I’ve split up our Genshin Impact Golden Slumber guide into several sections. You can refer to the pages below for the parts that you need help with:

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