Genshin Impact 1.5 leaks continue to pour in.
This time a ton of information about what the new version has to offer, provided by Twitter user @Zeniiet.
The new leaks contain several interesting bits of information, including stuff on player housing, a rerun of Zhongli's banner, and the obvious exclusion of the expected Chasm map update.
Massive Genshin Impact 1.5 Leak
Let us break down the information in this leak piece by piece, first about excluding the Chasm map update.
No Chasm in Genshin Impact 1.5
The Chasm has been rumored for Genshin Impact 1.5 for quite some time as a map update comparable in size to Dragonspine.
At the south-west of the map, The Chasm is mentioned several times in the story, with players able to visit the outskirts of the area currently.
The worst part about this news is that it makes the inclusion of Inazuma in Genshin Impact 1.6 even less likely now since The Chasm is expected to release before the addition of the new nation.
With the main story seemingly being pushed farther and farther back, how long will it be before players start to question these delays aggressively?
Genshin Impact 1.5's housing system will allow players to fully customize their own homes and even have their own private island outside of Teyvat that they can invite their friends over to.
Accessed by bird companions that will teleport players to their homes, there will be an option to have pets inside player houses.
When it comes to decorating their homes, Tubby the Teapot will sell furniture for a special currency.
Also leaked is the possible rerun of the Zhongli banner for Genshin Impact 1.5. This would track well with the leaked Azhdaha boss that ties into ACT II of Zhongli's Character Quest.
With recent Zhongli buffs, this will give players who already have the Geo Archon a chance to earn some constellations for him.
For those who missed out on Zhongli, it will be the perfect time to get your hands on one of the best characters in the game.
A Grain of Salt
As with any Genshin Impact leak, players should take this information with a grain of salt. Details from the betas are likely to change, especially with miHoYo cracking down on leaks.
With so much information leaked thus far, it seems fair to say that some of these will make their way into Genshin Impact 1.5 in some form or another, but one can not be certain until the update's actual release.