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Genshin Impact is getting an anime adaptation

Genshin Impact, the popular live-action RPG from miHoYo, will be getting an anime adaptation in the near future. Hoyoverse went to YouTube on Friday with a lengthy first look and concept trailer for the upcoming series, which has yet to be named. For now, it’s called “Long Term Project Launch: Concept Trailer”, confirming that we’re a long way from seeing the final product.

Ufotable is the same studio behind anime series like Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba other FateZero, series that have become extremely popular. In terms of animation quality, at the very least, this series seems to be in good hands. But we still know very little.

The trailer, however, shows plenty to get excited about. Among some of the lush visuals, which give us our first glimpse into the game’s world, we meet the two main protagonists, Lumine and Aether. Since we hardly ever see the twins actually interact in-game, it’s nice to see them represented here as two halves of the same whole instead of the “one or the other” option offered in-game.

There are also additional sites to see for eagle eyes, such as the lively Paimon, seen in a forest area. The world of Tevyat is just as vibrant and verdant as we see it in the game, if not more so since there will be a lot more time spent working on the environments for aesthetic reasons.

From what we can see from the first information provided on the Genshin Impact animated series, we are still a long way from a concrete release date. However, given the game’s unrelenting popularity, it’s safe to say that the project will likely be moving full steam ahead in the coming days. We’ll continue to update you when additional details about the anime are released, but at this time, we likely won’t hear more in the coming weeks.

Luckily, fans have a lot to look forward to with the debut of the Genshin Impact Update 3.1, “King Deshret and the Three Magi”. There is also a special concert starting later in 2022 titled “Melodies of an Endless Journey” that players can attend. It’s a good time to be a Genshin Impact fan, whether you are a fan of games, anime or music, because the developer has given plenty of reasons to stay tuned with what’s coming down the pipeline.

Genshin Impact is available free to play now on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, PC and mobile devices. A Switch edition is in the works.

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