A Thousand Questions with Paimon Quiz Genshin Impact

Genshin Impact “A Thousand Questions with Paimon” is a new event that you can take part in. The Paimon quiz does happen outside of the game, but the rewards are very much in-game. So, of course, people are wondering how to play the Paimon quiz, especially on the PlayStation. Things are a little more complicated there, as it turns out. We’ll explain how it all works in our A Thousand Questions with Paimon Quiz Genshin Impact guide. If you want to know the answers, check out our A Thousand Question with Paimon Answers Genshin Impact guide.

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A Thousand Questions with Paimon Quiz Genshin Impact

Genshin Impact How to Play Paimon Quiz on PlayStation

To play the Genshin Impact Paimon Quiz on PlayStation, the first order of business is to open your Paimon Mail. To be more precise, pick the one titled “A Thousand Questions with Paimon.” Click on the line that says “click here to take part in the event.” This will give you a QR code that you’ll have to scan with your phone. Once you do, scroll to the bottom and click on the link that will take you straight into the event. If your phone doesn’t scan the QR code, you might have to download a dedicated app that’s made specifically for the task.

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Genshin Impact Thousand Questions with Paimon Quiz

The “A Thosand Questions with Paimon” quiz is, as we’ve said, a new event in Genshin Impact. It will last from April 6th to April 8th, and you have to be at least Adventure Rank 10 to participate. Each round of the quiz has 10 questions. For each correct answer, you get 5,000 Mora, while incorrect answers get you nothing. You can claim rewards for up to ten questions each day. That said, you can complete tasks to earn more attempts. You get your rewards via in-game mail. Said mail will be valid for seven days, so don’t let your Mora time out. Just to be safe, you should probably collect them as soon as you can.

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