Ahead of the Genshin Impact version 3.2 launch, HoYoverse revealed new details regarding the upcoming update and playable characters Faruzan and Wanderer (Scaramouche).
Genshin Impact version 3.2 introduces Archon Quest Chapter III: Act V, which continues where the main story left off in version 3.1. Players have access to the new story quest by completing Archon Quest Chapter III: Act IV and obtaining a minimum Adventure Rank of 35. Players have access to Nahida’s story quest after completing Archon Quest Chapter III: Act V and obtaining a minimum Adventure Rank of 40.
Alongside the new update on November 2, several events will begin to appear. Players have access to “The Moongrass’ Enlightenment” event wish featuring the 5-star Dendro Vision Bearer, Nahida. Yoimiya will be available to summon once more in the reprised “Tapestry of Golden Flames” event wish. Bennett, Razor, and Noelle will appear once again as 4-star characters. Further, Epitome Invocation will be refreshed with more weapons to summon.
The “Adventurer’s Trials” event begins on November 4 with several rewards to obtain by helping the Adventurers’ Guild. On November 10, the “Fabulous Fungi Frenzy” event arrives with the “Nilotpala Cup Beast Tamers Tournament.” Players may earn 4-star Electro Vision Bearer Dori, Primogems, Crown of Insight, and much more by participating.
HoYoverse provided a glimpse into the immediate future of Genshin Impact and version 3.3. Anemo Vision Bearers Faruzan and Wanderer (Scaramouche) will arrive as playable characters in Genshin Impact. Faruzan is a machinist that hails from the Haravatat Household in Sumeru. Like many of the academic scholars in Sumeru, Faruzan is insightful and helpful to students. Scaramouche makes his playable debut as the Wanderer, a Fatui Harbinger with the destructive power of Anemo. His Inazuman ties will likely be explained in greater detail when he arrives in version 3.3.
Genshin Impact is available now for Android, iOS, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC via Epic Games Store and Windows. Lastly, a Nintendo Switch version is currently in development.