Heads up Singapore Genshin Impact fans!
HoYoverse's smash-hit open world RPG game will be present in the upcoming Anime Festival Asia Singapore this coming weekend of 25 to 27 November at the Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibit Centre.
Travellers can expect to participate in the Traveller's Liyue Travel notes, three Liyue-themed events in the Genshin Impact booth, located on F1.
Travellers who participate in the first event, "Meet Your Liyue Companions", can get a random character sticker. Participants in Genshin Impact cosplay can also get a chance to pull for another character sticker!
Afterwards, Travellers will "Try A Liyue Dish" at the second event, where answering a question about Liyue Cuisine correctly will give them a Genshin Impact-themed postcard.
Lastly, "Leave a Moment of Joy" posting on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter about your experience at the Genshin Impact booth in the convention with the hashtags #genshinimpact and #AFASG2022 can also allow you to obtain another postcard when you show it to a staff member.
All rewards during the event will be limited in quantity, so first come first serve!
Genshin Impact merch will also be made available to convention goers, for more information regarding merchandise availability and prices, you can check out their official HoYolab post.
HoYoverse has been ramping up Genshin Impact live events in Southeast Asia.
The developer recently announced they will be hosting the Genshin Impact SEA Carnival in Malaysia this December, an invitational competition where teams of Travelers from all over the region will compete in various challenges for a cut of a US$10,000 prize pool.
There was also HoYo Fest 2022, which ran from 28 September to 6 November, an annual live event hosted by HoYoverse across the world to celebrating its games and their communities in Singapore, the Philippines, Malaysia, and other Southeast Asian countries.
Genshin Impact is currently in version 3.2, which will run until 6 December.
Genshin Impact versions 3.0, 3.1, and 3.2 will have shortened run times of five weeks instead of the usual six weeks, likely to catch up to the game's original release schedule after the release of version 2.7 was delayed back in April.
Yan Ku is a full-time dog parent, part-time (gacha) gamer, and part-time writer.
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