HoYoverse details new Genshin Impact Hues of the Violet Garden event

Genshin Impact Version 2.6

Festival fever is coming back to Genshin Impact with a brand new celebration event taking place in Inazuma, named Hues of the Violet Garden. This massive event will revolve around the Inazuman Magnificent Irodori Festival, a great celebration of the Japanese-inspired region. The festival brings new minigames, with rewards like Primogems, Battle Pass points, Mora, and more along the way. You’ll also get to invite the powerful 4-star character Xingqiu to your team, completely for free.

Hues of the Violet Garden begins on April 7 and ends on April 25, giving you a little over two weeks to try and earn all of the rewards. You’ll need to be Adventure Rank 30 or above and have completed the current Archon Quest, as well as the Story Quests for Kamisato Ayato, Raiden Shogun, and Sangonomiya Kokomi. You’ll be able to enter the event through Quick Start if you haven’t completed those quests.


Celebrate the Hues of the Violet Garden

HoYoverse released guidelines regarding the event’s content, which includes tons of minigames for you to participate in. Your involvement in this event is to help organize the Irodori Festival, and you can play four different gameplay modes. These are The Moon and Stars Inscribe, Theater Mechanicus, Clash of Lone Blades, and The Floral Courtyard. The Moon and Stars Inscribe is a photo-taking event, the Theater Mechanicus is a tower defense event, and the Clash of Lone Blades is a combat event. Meanwhile, the Floral Courtyard is an event where, as the name suggests, you grow flowers.

Participate in all four events to earn Primogems, Talent Level-Up Materials, Hero’s Wit, Mora, and other rewards including a free Xingqiu. In the meantime, you can try out some of the other new content available in Version 2.6 of Genshin Impact, including the brand new The Chasm area and the new character Kamisato Ayato.

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