Genshin Impact has taken the world by storm since its release in September.
The up to 4 player co-op game is completely free to play and is available on PC, iOS, Android, PS4, and soon to be PS5 and Nintendo Switch.
It has been likened the Nintendo's The Legend of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild, so that gives you an idea on what to expect from the game.
Because of this, the game has a heavy focus on collecting items to craft weapons, food, and more.
What Is Iron Chunks?
Iron Chunks can be found in caves, mines, and around mountainous terrain.
They are typically found in the south west to central part of the map.
Once farmed players have to wait 24 hours for them to respawn.
Iron Chunks can be used to craft Enchantment Ore
Where To Find Iron Chunks?
Iron Chunks are typically found in the south west part of the map in caves, mines, and around mountainous terrain.
There are many locations for it to be found so you will likely naturally come across quite a lot of it.
But here is a map showing where to find it, courtesy of Genshin Impact Interactive Map.
The 1.1 update will launch on November 11th and will feature many changes to the games.
New additions include new characters, items, and quests.
There will also be a Reputation System and a new 2 week event called Unreconciled Stars.
For a full breakdown of what to expect, click the link below.
On launch day, November 12th-19th depending on region, players will be able to download and jump into Genshin Impact on their brand new system.
The game will run via backwards compatibility with the PS4 version of the game, as opposed to a fresh PS5 build.
miHoYo have confirmed that the PS5 version will offer better graphics and faster loading times.
Nintendo Switch Port
It is expected that the game will be released on the Nintendo Switch.
The port was originally slated for the end of September when the game left beta.
Unfortunately that didn't happen and it is still missing from the hybrid system.
At some point it should be announced, hopefully with the 1.1 update.
Genshin Impact is still missing from the Xbox One/Series X though, and it seems like it may not be coming to the platform, much to fans disappointments.