The recent Genshin Impact event provides a refreshing challenge for veteran players and should be the plan ahead for playoff content.
Many players found the degree of difficulty Genshin Impact‘s recent event is much steeper than usual. Labyrinth Warriors was added to the game below Genshin Impact Version 2.2 update earlier in November and recently completed. To enter, players must have a minimum Adventure Rank of 30 and be captured with the main story’s Archon Quest Chapter II: Act III Omnipresence Over Mortals.
The Labyrinth Warriors event in Genshin Impact consisted of five floors where players gathered teams to cross a domain with multiple spaces that triggered various enemy battles, charms that gave buffs and curses that caused them harmful effects while exploring. At the end of each floor there would then be a boss fight, each harder than the last. Not only did this event provide a refreshing challenge to experienced players, but it also introduced a much-needed example of playoff content in future updates.
While Genshin Impact successfully running many of its fan-favorite updates, such as its multiple rhythm minigames and web browser-based events, the game can take advantage of more challenging mechanics like those introduced in Labyrinth Warriors for its future updates, or even integrate these ideas into the game’s main story tasks. It can also be expanded by introducing special rewards for players who complete the higher difficulty levels, as well as a much-desired co-op version of the event. The addition of unique limited prizes that could only be earned by completing these higher floors would entice more players to seek to optimize their units or pull for stronger characters, which could only help miHoYo’s gacha sales.
How Genshin Impact could solve its playoff problem
Currently, the only “playoff” content there is Genshin Impact has is its Spiral Abyss dungeon, where players, like Labyrinth Warriors, battle powerful enemies for rewards. Spiral Abyss would be significantly enhanced by integrating mechanics from Labyrinth Warriors, as well as more unique enemy bosses, a larger selection of buffs, charms and curses, and a multiplayer mode. With the exception of weekly Trounce Domains and bosses, there are not many difficult challenges for players to accomplish together. The introduction of a co-op “Spiral Labyrinth” where players can explore the labyrinth and complete difficult challenges would be a great addition to the game.
Genshin Impact’s upcoming version 2.3 “Shadows Middle Snowstorms” update will introduce some more interesting events that break the current form. The Misty Dungeon: Realm of Light event will bring back the use of trial characters, allowing players to try out different fighters from banners they’ve missed. Like Labyrinth Warriors, players can receive various buffs when crossing a dungeon – in this case covered by a deep fog. After locating three ancient runes, the player will fight against an enemy boss for rewards. The implementation of these test characters is a smart choice for miHoYo; by giving players a sample of characters they do not have, they will be more likely to use their Wishes the next time that character gets a banner repeat.
Other upcoming updates include the return of the Marvelous Merchandise and Energy Amplifier events, as well as a unique stealth-based dog-centered kidnapping mystery called the Banton Sango Case Files. Genshin Impact‘s 2.3 update will be live on November 24 with Eula, Albedo and later Arataki Itto as its featured 5-star devices. Given the game’s trends in terms of recurring features, the chance of Labyrinth Warriors returning again in the future is likely, which will hopefully pave the way for more challenging playoff content.
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