Developers Discussion is a series of Q&A in which miHoYo devs answer the most recurrent fans' questions about Genshin Impact. A new edition was released today, and it features some interesting answers to important requests.
To begin with, a Traveler made a comment about being able to travel between different regions within their realm. Fortunately, this option was already in the works, because the team announced that version 1.7 will feature a new Furnishing that will do the trick. You’ll only need to use a “Sub-Space Waypoint” inside your realm, which will let you travel instantly across regions.
Regarding the Serenitea Pot System, there was more than one feature announced. For instance, our dear Paimon will be able to come with us inside the Serenitea Pot, but there is no word on when this will happen.
Then, a fan asked about the chance to grow vegetables or flowers inside this system, a question that was already addressed in previous Developers Discussions. The response was, again, that this feature is already being worked on, and there will be a sneak peak in a future livestream.
Finally, there was a question about the load limit for the Furnishings that you can use in the Serenitea Pot. This will be addressed in future versions of the game, and repeated Furnishings will occupy less space.
On another topic, a Traveler asked about a possible option to change the Daily Commissions or at least their regions. The thing is that sometimes they get repeated several times and players end up doing the same thing every day. Luckily enough, the devs announced that in version 1.7 players will have the opportunity to select a preferred region.
For the rest of the questions and answers, please visit miHoYo’s official post.
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