Storytelling Method - Genshin Impact

Genshin Impact Storytelling Method is an Inazuma world quest that Travelers have known about for a while now. However, now that Update 2.1 is out, players can’t seem to figure out how to start it. Hard as they may look, they just can’t find any way to trigger the quest. What’s going on? Is there some kind of bug that they’ve encountered, or are they missing something? We’ll try and clear things up with this guide.

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Storytelling Method – Genshin Impact

Genshin Impact Storytelling Method

Storytelling Method in Genshin Impact is, or should be, an Inazuma world quest. The reason you aren’t able to trigger it is that, at least at the time of writing, the mission doesn’t seem to be in the game yet. As is the case with the Fertilizer Salesman, the developers and dataminers have revealed Storytelling Method as a part of Update 2.1, but miHoYo hasn’t yet released all of the content planned. As they have done with large updates before, they’re rolling the content out over time. So, you’ll have to wait a bit before you can play this quest. That said, let’s engage in some conjecture, shall we?

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As those of you that have explored Inazuma City might already know, there’s an NPC in Inazuma City called Junkichi that you can complete commissions for. The dude is a struggling writer that basically asks you for help with his novel. So, taking the name of the quest into account, I think it’s safe to assume that he will have something to do with the Genshin Impact Storytelling Method mission. This is just educated guesswork on my part, but I’m fairly certain I’m onto something here. We’ll be sure to provide you with more accurate info as soon as possible.

While waiting for Storytelling Method to come out, there’s more than enough other new content to sink your teeth into. If you happen to run into any trouble with it, feel free to check out some of our other guides. For example, we have written articles like Rust Worn Key Location – Seiraimaru Puzzle and Seirai Island Pictures.

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