The Wind Spirals Our Way: “Genshin Impact” Wins PlayStation Award and Delivers Gem Rewards

The popular open-world RPG “Genshin Impact” brought some festive tidings this week, gliding in on the winds of success. Sony Interactive Entertainment announced “Genshin Impact” as one of the winners of the prestigious “PlayStation Partner Awards 2023 Japan Asia.” As a toast to their achievement, miHoYo has launched an in-game event for Travelers to claim up to 800 Primogems between December 2nd-5th.

These sparkling gems are the currency of “Genshin Impact” wishes. With enough Primogems, you can redeem Intertwined Fates to unlock new characters or weapons. So what devilish delights or divine drops might 800 extra Primogems summon? Well, let’s glide through the details and find out!

From the city of wind and song, the notes of celebration carry across the realms. Players simply have to check their in-game mail to claim 200 Primogems per day. Like leaves on the wind, these currency parcels offer a touch of seasonal magic, end destination remains your wish redemption of choice! But do remember to collect the attachments within 30 days, lest these rewards vanish like fading embers.

By riding the winds of this PlayStation Partner Award, “Genshin Impact” continues ascending to new heights. And for its vast community of Travelers, the Season of Wishes blows an extra breath of magic their way. Destinies intertwine on the threads of fate. So let your gemstones guide you towards unlocking whatever grand quests or characters await you! The journey continues ever skyward.

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