Genshin Impact version 2.7 is getting shown off tomorrow, and released at the end of May

Genshin impact 2.7 release
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After a lengthy delay, Genshin Impact Version 2.7 is finally getting a live stream and release date. The game’s monthly update was previously delayed, leaving players with a couple of weeks of bare minimum content. Fortunately, this delay is coming to a close, and viewers will be treated to a livestream tomorrow, May 20, with Version 2.7 officially releasing on May 31.

Kamisato Ayaka has enjoyed a lengthy stay as the Limited Featured Banner, giving players some extra time to pull for one of the best Cryo units in the game. But we’re all in need of some fresh blood, with characters Yelan and Kuki Shinobu coming to the game with Version 2.7. Kamisato Ayaka’s Limited Featured Banner will end on May 31 with the update, paving the way for some new characters in the game.


The update is here

The Version 2.7 update will also bring a fix to a Serenitea Pot maintenance period where players were not able to place furniture down in their homes. This maintenance lasted for weeks, with players getting 5,000 Realm Currency to compensate. This was made worse when the Spices from the West event was released without the feature fixed, as placing furniture plays a prominent part in that event. Fortunately, the maintenance will fix this issue, and players will be able to enjoy the event to the fullest.

Meanwhile, the livestream will start bright and early on May 20 at 3 AM ET. If you’re up late enough, you can watch the live stream on Twitch here. Otherwise, most of you will have to wait for a VOD to go up on Twitch or YouTube. This livestream will go over many of the new features and release date coming to Genshin Impact Version 2.7. Hopefully, this includes the livestream primogems we’ve come to know and love.

Genshin Impact 2.7 Release

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