Genshin Impact Invitation Of Windblume Windblume Festival Event Guide

The premier event in Genshin Impact‘s version 1.4 update is now live, and it’s got lots of mini-games, activities, quests, and rewards. Here’s our guide to help you with the Invitation of Windblume, or the Windblume Festival event, in Genshin Impact.

Note: For more information about the game, check out our Genshin Impact guides and features hub. You may also take a look at our version 1.4 overview.


Genshin Impact guide: The Invitation of Windblume – The Windblume Festival event

To partake in Genshin Impact‘s Windblume Festival, you’ll need to reach Adventure Rank 20 and finish the “Song of the Dragon and Freedom” main quest. If you meet the requirements, you should see another quest called “Ode to Flower and Cloud.” This tasks you with roaming around Mondstadt and speaking to various NPCs. In the end, you’ll meet up with Venti, Kaeya, and Bennett. After a bit of dialogue, you’ll unlock the activities via the event panel. Anyway, you can refer to the pages below for the parts that you need help with.

General guides and tips:

Event challenges:

Festive Anecdotes:

Peculiar Wonderland:

Note 1: The Windblume Festival in Genshin Impact lasts from today until April 5. However, the event shop will be around until April 12.

Note 2: Many of these activities are unlocked in stages. There might be a lot to do now, but the other mechanics, locations, and challenges won’t be live until much later. As usual, we’ll keep all Genshin Impact Windblume Festival/Invitation of Windblume guides up to date.

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