Genshin Impact Cloud Gaming Platform Opens Recruitment for Web Browser Play Test

Gamers, are you ready to take your Genshin Impact experience to the next level? MiHoYo has officially announced the opening of recruitment for the web browser play test of their Genshin Impact Cloud Gaming Platform. And let’s be real, who wouldn’t want to play games of all time without having to download the complete package?

The cloud version of Genshin Impact has already been available on iOS, Android, and PC, but now it’s even more convenient with just a browser required to play. This is great news for gamers who use different devices, as it’s now even easier to join the adventure.

MiHoYo stated that the recruitment is for the follow-up test version of the web page of Genshin Impact Cloud, with most of the content still under adjustment. To become a player in the database, you must be over 18 years old and sign relevant non-disclosure agreements. And let’s not forget, if you’re selected, it’s crucial to keep any information about the game under wraps. The project team will not tolerate any leaks, and will cancel the player’s qualifications and ban their official server account if they’re caught.

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