Genshin Impact

Genshin Impact


  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2020-09-26
  • Current Version: 3.5.0
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 3.54 GB
  • Developer: COGNOSPHERE PTE. LTD.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.37561
From 436,699 Ratings


Step into Teyvat, a vast world teeming with life and flowing with elemental energy. You and your sibling arrived here from another world. Separated by an unknown god, stripped of your powers, and cast into a deep slumber, you now awake to a world very different from when you first arrived. Thus begins your journey across Teyvat to seek answers from The Seven — the gods of each element. Along the way, prepare to explore every inch of this wondrous world, join forces with a diverse range of characters, and unravel the countless mysteries that Teyvat holds... MASSIVE OPEN WORLD Climb any mountain, swim across any river, and glide over the world below, taking in the jaw-dropping scenery each step of the way. And if you stop to investigate a wandering Seelie or strange mechanism, who knows what you might discover? ELEMENTAL COMBAT SYSTEM Harness the seven elements to unleash elemental reactions. Anemo, Electro, Hydro, Pyro, Cryo, Dendro, and Geo interact in all sorts of ways, and Vision wielders have the power to turn this to their advantage. Will you vaporize Hydro with Pyro, electro-charge it with Electro, or freeze it with Cryo? Your mastery of the elements will give you the upper hand in battle and exploration. BEAUTIFUL VISUALS Feast your eyes on the world around you, with a stunning art style, real-time rendering, and finely tuned character animations delivering you a truly immersive visual experience. Lighting and weather all change naturally over time, bringing every detail of this world to life. SOOTHING SOUNDTRACK Let the beautiful sounds of Teyvat draw you in as you explore the expansive world around you. Performed by the world's top orchestras such as London Philharmonic Orchestra and Shanghai Symphony Orchestra, the soundtrack changes seamlessly with the time and gameplay to match the mood. BUILD YOUR DREAM TEAM Team up with a diverse cast of characters in Teyvat, each with their own unique personalities, stories, and abilities. Discover your favorite party combinations and level up your characters to help you conquer even the most daunting of enemies and domains. JOURNEY WITH FRIENDS Team up with friends across various platforms to trigger more elemental action, tackle tricky boss fights, and conquer challenging domains together to reap rich rewards. As you stand atop the peaks of Jueyun Karst and take in the rolling clouds and vast terrain stretching out before you, you may wish to stay in Teyvat a little longer... But until you are reunited with your lost sibling, how can you rest? Go forth, Traveler, and begin your adventure! SUPPORT If you encounter any issues during the game, you can send us feedback via the in-game Customer Service Center. Customer Service Email: ***COMPATIBILITY*** Requires iOS 12.0 or later Compatible with iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR, iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone SE (2nd Generation), iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro Max, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max, iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro, iPhone 14 Pro Max, iPad Air(3rd Generation), iPad mini (5th Generation), iPad Pro (2nd Generation) 12.9-inch, iPad Pro (2nd Generation) 10.5-inch, iPad Pro (3rd Generation) 11-inch, iPad Pro (3rd Generation) 12.9-inch, iPad Pro (4th Generation) 11-inch, iPad Pro (4th Generation) 12.9-inch, iPad Air (4th Generation), iPad (8th Generation), iPad mini (6th Generation), iPad (9th Generation) Available Text Languages: Chinese (Simplified and Traditional), Japanese, Korean, English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese (Brazil), Indonesian, Vietnamese, Russian, Thai, Italian, Turkish. Available Voiceover Languages: Chinese, Japanese, Korean, English (Voiceover and text language can be changed independently).



  • Seriously Horrid Game

    By Drew The Reviewer
    The objectives are never clear and you have to use guides. These developers must think we have 200 IQ. Cutscenes are also unskippable so half the time playing is spent watching them.
  • Гей тесак

    By ддаауунн
    Когда играл три отчима сзади Стояли, и начинали манипулировать точка точка точка
  • As high-quality as any $70 AAA game

    By Overlord Lenora
    I came into Genshin Impact skeptical- I'm not a gacha person or an anime person, and I was expecting it to be a mildly interesting Breath of the Wild knockoff mainly built around extracting money. But there is SO much more to Genshin than that! •GRAPHICS/MUSIC/PERFORMANCE: Even at low settings, this game looks beautiful and runs surprisingly well for a content-heavy mobile game. Although I often experience mild to moderate lag on mobile depending on what I'm doing in game, I think it's forgivable considering just how much the game has to render! The various nations are full of varied and incredible landscapes, from the rolling grassy plains, to rugged, mountainous terrain, lightning-lit islands, dark tunnels deep beneath the earth, lush rainforest, and harsh, endless dunes of the desert, I find myself stopping to take screenshots and take everything in often because of how beautiful it looks! The music and sounds of this game are also absolutely top-notch- I often find myself humming the tunes even after I stop playing. The voice acting is almost universally great as well, although there's some for most actions and some attack/sprint/idle lines can be a bit annoying when heard on repeat for a while. •STORY/LORE: The story starts off a bit weak and cliche, and the BotW elements are most obvious there, but Genshin quickly finds its own voice and becomes more unique and more interesting the further you progress into the game. There's a compelling main story with great voice acting and cutscenes, but also tons of interesting side quests Outside of the story, as mentioned above, the world is full of lore in everything from books, to weapon descriptions, to boss materials, to artifacts, and even food. I've discovered tons of stories and mysteries that happened long ago just by reading flavor text on everything I find. All the nations in the game contain elements of real cultures, which has helped me learn about the real-world equivalents, but they also contain their own elements distinct from the real world that make them feel more immersive/unique. The quests also provide fairly good in-game rewards. (Many of the quests are dialogue-heavy, which I enjoy, but others might not.) The game also frequently includes events with fun character interactions that may help you gain deeper insight into the characters and events that happen around them. A lot of the characters are trope-y and cliche on the surface, but you can learn more about them as you play them, plus going through the events of the story with them and seeing them in events can really bring you to care for them. •COMBAT: The combat seems simple at first- every character has a normal attack, an elemental skill, and a ultimate elemental skill called a "burst-" but that simplicity belies how interesting and fun it is to build teams around elemental reactions and the specific mechanics of each character. There's not a huge variety of enemies at first, but as you traverse more nations, you meet more types of foes, and they become more numerous and (sometimes) more difficult to fight. I found combat to be difficult when I first started out, but once you have a few strong characters, generally fighting enemies in the overworld becomes pretty trivial. The game also frequently includes events (as mentioned above) that provide fun combat challenges or non-combat mini games for rewards. •EXPLORATION: I feel pretty confident in saying I've spent well over a hundred hours on exploration alone, completely independent of the hundreds of quests. All the nations of Genshin are filled to the brim with chests, puzzles (most of which are very simple however), challenges (often timed), and collectibles. As you explore more nations, you discover more areas with unique mechanics that can make things more tricky or more interesting, like the Bitter Cold on the towering mountain Dragonspire, the tether points that help you zip through the air in the Sumeru jungle, or the invisible ruin walls concealed in the Great Red Sand. •GRIND: Unfortunately, there's a heavy grind in the game. All the characters, talents, and weapons require several types of materials, some of which are only for weapons or talents and nothing else. And there's also artifacts, which are the game's form of equipment and extremely RNG-based and grindy to get good ones. Additionally, there is an energy system, called "resin ," that has to be spent to collect some materials, limiting how much you're allowed to collect at a time. However, most of the items (aside from artifacts) become easier to obtain as you level up and have a few strong characters. Artifacts never get easier though- they remain ridiculously RNG-based on several levels. I would say artifacts are by far the game's weakest point and the absolute worst to grind. Luckily, it's far from necessary to have perfect artifacts- halfway decent is good enough. •OTHER CONS: Unfortunately, although it's not present in dialogue or anything, there's a lot of oversexualization of the adult female characters in this game (i.e. boob windows, thigh windows, overly tight and impractically skimpy outfits) which is not my favorite thing and can take some getting used to. There are children characters in the game, but they are not even remotely sexual used in my view. It is of course also a gacha game that encourages gambling, but it provides plenty of in-game currency and one can experience everything the game has to offer without spending a cent. CONCLUSION: Genshin Impact has a few flaws, but the good so much outweighs the bad that I can only highly recommend it. This game is nothing like any mobile game I've ever seen- it's more like an AAA RPG game (with gacha elements), with the added bonus of being free! If you were a skeptic like me, I'd encourage you to give it a chance and stick with it for a bit- the beginning is a bit weak, but it only gets better and better as you go on.
  • I’m in debt

    By Genshinimpact#1hater
    I’m in debt
  • Lagging

    By Khang Lieu
    Hey I wanted to ask why is the game is still quite lag and not smooth even when I play on an iPhone X?
  • mental health

    By madi ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
    this game has distracted me from a lot of my mental health issues and is so fun! sometimes i rage at the puzzles and have to search how to solve it but still fun. love it<3
  • Amazing, though…

    By icuufzohvihpofxufzkgg lggi
    This is an amazing game! From characters, to even the view itself. Though, I have seen a bunch of wishing animations lately. Like from: @TurtleMaster3000V2 on YouTube. His animations for the wishing system is wonderful! This would be a great outlook for Genshin, and I guarantee it would definitely drag more people into playing the game! If you see this, I would love for you to get inspired and possibly do this! Though, I know it would take time, especially for all the 5star characters that currently take place in the game. This was just a suggestion, no demands! 👍👍👍
  • emo broken 😡

    By jayden eztli
    i miss the old times when i used to spend racks on here and literally stay up until 8 or 9 am playing … now all i do is spend like 10 mins at most on her😞😞🙏
  • Can’t login

    By Persephonek
    I used to play 24/7 but had to delete cuz my phone couldn’t handle it, recently got an iPad and figured I could download it on here but i wasn’t able to login with my username
  • Amazing!!

    By Jay24540
    I never thought I’d love a game so much like I do this. The creators did an amazing job making this game. They should be very proud of themselves.