Genshin Impact 2.7 Update Delay Compensation

The Genshin Impact 2.7 update has unfortunately been delayed. This is due to the ongoing lockdown in Shanghai, where the headquarters of developers are situated. This will be the first time in the game’s history that the developer will miss their 6-week schedule cycle for an update. Studio miHoYo understands that this is frustrating for the player base, and thus they have prepared a compensation. Here’s when and what will you get as compensation for the Genshin Impact Version 2.7 update delay.

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Genshin Impact 2.7 Update Delay Compensation

Compensation for Genshin Impact 2.7 Update Delay

A week has passed since the delay of the Genshin Impact 2.7 Livestream. Although there are no official details about the new date, rumours say that we can expect the stream to be held around May 20th, 2022. The 2.7 update was supposed to get released on May 5th, but it is now likely to be delayed for at least three weeks.

Because of that, miHoYo has prepared compensation rewards for all players. Travelers will receive this compensation on a weekly basis, starting from May 5th, 2022. These are the free rewards which will be given each week of the delay:

  • Primogem x400
  • Fragile Resin x1
  • Hero’s Wit x7
  • Mystic Enhancement Ore x16
  • Mora x 120,000
Compensation for Genshin Impact 2.7 Update Delay

This compensation will be delivered via in-game mail every Wednesday at 04:00 local time. Players must be Adventure Rank 5 or above in order to be eligible for the rewards. It should be noted that if the final week prior to the release of the update is shorter than 7 days, compensation for that week will be adjusted accordingly. Make sure to claim these rewards before Version 2.6 ends, as afterwards they will expire and will no longer be claimable. For now, that’s all we know about Genshin Impact 2.7 update delay compensation.

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