Genshin Impact has taken the gaming world by storm since its release in September.
The game has been likened to Breath of the Wild, and that's not a bad thing.
A leaked video reveals possible future events in Genshin Impact.
The events include allowing players the earn Primogems in exchange for delivering Teyvat food.
Earlier this month the 1.1 update launched, bringing new characters, quests, and events to the game.
The 1.2 update is scheduled to be released in early 2021 and will continue to expand the game further.
The video was leaked by NEP NEP, which has caused miHoYo to take legal action against the leaker.
In the leaked video the "Mond Tea Party" video previewed various events that are coming to the game.
Unreconciled Stars Event
With the 1.1 update came the Unreconciled Stars event, which wraps up on November 30th.
During the event, complete designated quests and "Star of Destiny" challenges to obtain Fading Star's Might and Fading Star's Essence.
Players can exchange Fading Star's Might and Fading Star's Essence in the Event Shop for Character Ascension Materials, Hero's Wit, Mystic Enhancement Ore, Talent Enhancement Materials, Crown of Insight, and other rewards!
Mond Tea Party
NEP NEP tweeted some details regarding the upcoming event and detailing some of the rewards on offer.
"Food Delivery Event: 60 Primogems daily after completing 3 food delivery. Each food delivered has its own reward as well."
One of the events will focus on Teyvat food delivery, these will give players 60 Primogems daily, as well as unique rewards for every delivery.
Another will focus on a series of gliding challenges, no rewards have been detailed yet.
While these don't seem like big events, the rewards, especially the Primogems, will add up quickly.
However, there is a lot more to the Gliding Challenge than meets the eye.
The challenge will consist of seven racetracks that players glide through.
Players will collect tokens as they complete the track and be rewards with either a Bronze, Silver, or Gold Medal.
The Medals will then grant rewards and perks depending on performance.
Now the events have been leaked, and the Unreconciled Stars event wrapping up, it is likely that miHoYo will officially reveal the event soon.
Currently Genshin Impact is available on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 5, PC, iOS, and Android.
The game was released on launch day on PS5 using a backwards compatible version of the PS4 version.
A Nintendo Switch port of the game was expected to launch in September when Genshin Impact came out of beta.
Unfortunately this version was delayed and so far there has been no official release date set.
It is expected to be announced some time after the Genshin Impact 1.1 update with the beta beginning in early 2021 and a expected full release in mid-late 2021.
The Genshin Impact 1.1 update added compatibility for the upcoming Playstation 5 console.
Genshin Impact will continue to run using the PS4 version of the game, this is to make it easier to release rather than having to create a separate build for the new console.
miHoYo have confirmed that the PS5 version will offer better graphics and faster loading times.