Genshin Impact is one of the most popular games at the moment and it was voted September’s best new game for PlayStation 4. While there was lots of buzz surrounding the game after its reveal resulted in a PS4 fan smashing their console, very few expected it to be as big as it has become. If you’ve been thoroughly enjoying the game and are eagerly anticipating new content, here you’ll find the Genshin Impact roadmap for 2020 which includes a release date for version 1.1 plus the Dragonspine area.
As previously mentioned, Genshin Impact is remarkably popular with some dubbing it the free Breath Of The Wild game people never knew they needed. Despite comparisons to Breath of the Wild being both justified and blown out of proportion, it’s easy to understand why the game has resonated with so many as it’s free, the combat is excellent fun, the landscape is vast, and the characters are typically cute anime protagonists.
If you’re enjoying the game and are eagerly anticipating future content, below you’ll find the roadmap for 2020 which includes a release date for version 1.1 plus the Dragonspine area.
What is the Genshin Impact version 1.1 release date?
The release date for Genshin Impact version 1.1 is November 11th.
This is the expected release date for Genshin Impact version 1.1 per miHoYo, and it will come hand-in-hand with an event called Unreconciled Stars.
While the aforementioned event is planned to take place with the launch of the patch, leaks suggest that there will also be new characters added.
According to Milennium, there will be four new characters: Diona and Xinyang as four-star rarity heroes, and Childe and Zhong Li as five-stars.
The Genshin Impact version 1.1 release date could change if a delay occurs, but November 11th is the current plan.
Genshin Impact roadmap 2020
Aside from version 1.1, the 2020 roadmap for Genshin Impact also includes the release date for update 1.2 and Dragonspine.
According to the Genshin Impact roadmap for 2020, the release date for update version 1.2 and the Dragonspine area is December 23rd.
This could obviously change if there’s any delays, but miHoYo have stated that their goal is to deliver updates every six weeks.
In regard to beyond 2020, the Genshin Impact roadmap concludes with update 1.3 which is simply targeting February 2021.
Update 1.3 will come with an event named the Lantern Rite.