Genshin Impact City of the Deceased Domain

The Genshin Impact City of the Deceased Domain is a new Domain added in update 3.4, and you can find it in the underground of the Desert of Hadramaveth. You have to solve a fairly minor puzzle before you can interact with the mechanism that activates the door. The bigger problem before you can enter the City of the Deceased Domain is where to find it. In this guide, we’ll show you both how to get to the Domain and how to get in.

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Genshin Impact City of the Deceased Domain

How to Unlock City of the Deceased Domain in Genshin Impact

To unlock and get in the City of the Deceased Domain in Genshin Impact 3.4, the first step is to figure out how to actually get there. Well, the first step would be to make your way to the fast travel point in the east of Passage of Ghouls. We’ll mark it for you in the screenshots below. Walk to the north and into the whole, dropping all the way down. Follow the cavern to the east as it loops back to the west and onto the main underground path. Keep heading to the north, towards the diamond-shaped icon on the map. That’s where the door to the domain is. Now, it’s just a matter of getting into the City of the Deceased.

So, to unlock and enter the Genshin Impact City of the Deceased Domain, you have to activate four Pyro torches scattered across the cavern in which the Domain door is. Well, I say scattered, but they’re not that far apart. Two of them are on either side of the rock hiding the door; one behind the mechanism, and one next to the rock wall. The other two torches are opposite the door. We’ll show you where they all are in the images below. You can activate them in any order, and they stay lit. So, no pressure whatsoever. Once you light all four torches, activate the mechanism next to the door, and it will rise from the ground. That’s all there is to it.

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