How to Get to Inazuma in Genshin Impact?
In patch 2.0, Hoyoverse unveiled the Japanese-inspired archipelago of Inazuma in Genshin Impact’s world of Teyvat, an area teeming with adventure, danger, and stunning landscapes. As the newest haven for Travelers, getting to Inazuma requires careful planning and meeting specific prerequisites. Here's a detailed guide breaking down the steps to reach Inazuma, ensuring you're well-prepared for the challenges that await.
Requirements and Prerequisites to Get to Inazuma
To venture into Inazuma, players must meet specific criteria. First and foremost, completing 'Archon Quest Chapter II: Act I - The Immovable God and the Eternal Euthymia' is imperative. This main story quest acts as the gateway to the Inazuma region. Additionally, players must attain Adventure Rank 30 (AR 30) to ensure they are adequately prepared for the challenges that await.
Checking your Adventure Rank is a straightforward process. Open the main menu by tapping on the Paimon icon, and next to your profile/name, you'll find 'Adventure Rank' along with the corresponding number.
Farming Adventure EXP
Since story content unlocks based on your Adventure Rank, players need to focus on accumulating Adventure EXP. Employ these strategies to level up efficiently:
Complete all available quests.
Fulfill the four daily commissions and collect rewards from Katheryne.
Undertake tasks in your Adventure's handbook.
Offer Anemoculus and Geoculus to the Statue of the Seven in each region.
Utilize Resin daily, even if only on Mora or EXP Ley Lines.
Discover and open treasure chests scattered throughout the world.
Once the prerequisites are met, follow these steps to unlock Inazuma:
Conclude the storylines in Mondstadt and Liyue to unlock the Archon Quest 'Autumn Winds, Scarlet Leaves.'
After finishing this quest, speak to Katheryne in Liyue to initiate 'Chapter II: Act I – The Immortal God and the Eternal Euthymia.'
Following a meeting with a Crux crew member and a visit to the Crux Fleet near Guyun Stone Forest, consult with Beidou to prepare for departure.
Witness a small cutscene, and you'll be automatically transported to Ritou's docks, officially entering the Inazuma region.
Inazuma, with its Japanese-inspired scenery, introduces new mobs, challenging enemies, and a captivating soundtrack. However, it's crucial to be aware of the dangers that lurk, such as thunderstorms and formidable adversaries like wandering samurais or ronins.
The unlocking process opens the door to a plethora of exploration opportunities, including unique puzzles, world quests, and diverse landscapes across Inazuma's six islands. Immerse yourself in the main storyline, uncovering the mysteries behind the Electro Archon and the Vision Hunt Decree.