Is there a Genshin Impact anime show?
Genshin Impact is packed full of content for fans to enjoy, from a huge character roster full of free and banner-exclusive fighters, five unique regions to explore including Fontaine, which was released in the recent 4.0 update, and plenty of interesting quests to complete.
The open world of Teyvat is a captivating place that has kept players busy for hundreds of hours, and with such extensive lore, many Travelers have wondered if the game will receive an anime show in the future. After all, anime adaptions of games are becoming more prominent as evidenced by Cyberpunk Edgerunners, and Nier: Automata Ver 1.1a.
Here’s everything we know so far about a Genshin Impact anime show.
Yes, HoYoverse has announced that Genshin Impact will now receive its own anime. The developers revealed that they are working alongside Japanese animation studio, Ufotable, to bring the world of Teyvat to life like never before.
This news was announced during the 3.1 livestream, which gave Travelers an early look at the upcoming project, alongside all the latest content. Ufotable is known for creating some of the most beautiful environments and adrenaline-fueled fight scenes in the industry, with works ranging from Demon Slayer to the beloved Fate series.
While HoYoverse has yet to reveal how long the show will be or what story elements it will include the “long-term project” looks absolutely stunning. We will update this post as soon as the developers reveal an official release date and more details, so be sure to bookmark this page.
For now, though, check out the official trailer for the Genshin Impact anime above to get a sneak peek at what to expect.
Official Genshin Impact manga
While Genshin Impact’s anime has yet to air, that doesn’t mean you can’t explore the world of Teyvat further. Those who enjoy reading manga and light novels will want to check out the official Genshin Impact manga.
The entire series can be read for free over on the Genshin Impact website. Not only does this series include the likes of Amber and Diluc, but it also features both Collei and Cyno two characters from the Sumeru region, so while you wait for a Genshin Impact anime, be sure to check out the official manga series to explore the world of Teyvat further.
So, there you have it, everything we know about a potential Genshin Impact anime. We’ll be sure to update this hub once more details are revealed, so be sure to come back here for all the latest announcements.
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