HoYoverse has announced that the next Genshin Impact update will take place. After the initial delay caused by the restrictions regarding the pandemic that has taken place in China, the developers are confident that they will be able to carry out the release of version 2.7 on May 31, 2022, from 00:00, Spanish peninsular time (CEST). As usual, there will be five-hour maintenance during which we will not be able to play and associated with a distribution of rewards.

Genshin Impact returns to normal in update 2.7
The arrival of the new Genshin Impact update will mean a return to normality for the HoYoverse video game. After six weeks of a separate update in two phases, the patches will arrive again with their events and gachapons. In this way, it has also been announced that version 2.8 will be released on July 13, 2022. The cycle invites us to dream of the arrival of Sumeru when summer is giving its last breath.

Reviewing the statements of the developers, we can expect
Update 2.7 Presentation : May 20, 2022 at 14:00
Update 2.7 release : May 31, 2022
Update 2.8 Released: July 13, 2022
Update 3.0 release: To be determined (end of August)

While we wait for the update to arrive, the current Kamisato Ayaka Gachapon event will still be available, and the promised rewards will also be delivered due to the delay. It should be noted that the compensation will be somewhat less substantial during the last week since only the corresponding proportional part will be given to the players. The company has also announced that the maintenance of the Relaxaterra placing function will end due to the next update.

In short, Genshin Impact is preparing for a remarkable recovery from the most significant bump it has encountered since its launch. New content or future video games from the company, such as Honkai: Star Rail and Zenless Zone Zero, are also close to arriving to continue expanding the world of free-to-play RPG titles created by the company. Everything seems to be progressing as expected, and we should not fear a chain reaction.