Distant Voyage Genshin Impact - Kazuha Web Event

The Distant Voyage Genshin Impact Kazuha web event has begun, and Travelers want to know how to play it. Since it’s a web event, you can’t actually access it in the game; instead, you have to use your web browser or scan a QR code, if you’re playing on console. From there, the process is relatively simple to figure out, but some of you might still have some trouble with it. That’s why we’ve put together our Genshin Impact Distant Voyage Kazuha web event guide to help you out.

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Distant Voyage Genshin Impact – Kazuha Web Event

How to Play Genshin Impact Distant Voyage Kazuha Web Event

To play the Distant Voyage Kazuha web event in Genshin Impact, you first need to have Adventure Rank 10 or above. I assume most of you meet this criterion, but still, it’s worth noting just in case. Next, if you’re on PC or mobile, you need to visit the event site and log in using your Genshin account. If you’re on consoles, you’ll have to wait to get a QR code in your in-game mail. Scan it and proceed from there.

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Once you’re on the site and logged in, click on the exclamation mark in the top right corner of the screen. Click on the two “Go” buttons to unlock two extra crafting attempts; the one free attempt you get daily won’t really be enough. Next, click on the big “Craft” button. You’ll be able to craft three parts of the ship at the same time, so start crafting all three. It’ll take an hour for the process to finish, but you can only have three crafting attempts per day in the Distant Voyage Genshin Impact Kazuha web event, so you’re done until the next day.

Repeat the process for three days, and you should have a full boat, since it has nine parts. Once you complete the ship, you will earn in-game rewards (which should include some Primogems), as well as a Kazuha wallpaper for your phone. Keep in mind that the event ends on July 3rd at 23:59 (UTC+8). You won’t be able to collect the rewards after that point, so make sure you wrap everything up in time.

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