Genshin Impact update 1.4 has been available for awhile now and one of its main attractive features was the marketing of a new story type quest which resembles a dating sim. While the Hangout series are notably good, the best aspect of the title overall is a new rhythm-based game. Here you’ll discover how to get the Windsong Lyre in Genshin Impact, and you’ll also find some real-life songs people have been able to play since its release.
While the Windblume Festival is available with a bunch of tunes for you to now play in a rhythm-based game to unlock rewards, there’s still plenty for fans to look forward to in the near future. This is of course a reference to the Rosaria banner which should be coming out in just over a week.
Although the arrival of playable Rosaria is imminent and exciting, below you’ll discover how to get the Windsong Lyre in Genshin Impact so you can play a bunch of different songs.
How to get the Windsong Lyre in Genshin Impact
You can get the Windsong Lyre in Genshin Impact by completing the Ballads of Breeze challenges.
Once you’ve completed the Ballads of Breeze challenges in Genshin Impact, you will unlock the Windsong Lyre but will need 280 tickets to purchase it.
Know that the item is only available to get between now and April 5th before it disappears.
So, in order to get the item, you will need to complete the following Ballads of Breeze challenges on normal mode at least:
- Celestial Destiny
- Early Dawn
- Fondest Strength
- Frost Parable
What songs can you play in Genshin Impact with the Windsong Lyre?
You can play various real-life songs with the Windsong Lyre in Genshin Impact.
Some notable real-life songs people have been able to play with the Windsong Lyre in Genshin Impact include Rick Astley’s Never Gonna Give You Up.
People have also been able to play Take Me Home, Country Roads, as well as Celine Dion’s My Heart Will Go On from Titanic.
Honestly, the item is amazing and arguably the best in the game yet. It’s very reminiscent of The Last of Us Part 2 which introduced the guitar and had players recreating songs such as Back in Black from AC/DC and One from Metallica.