Genshin Impact Community Team Puts Out Feedback Survey, Now You Can Complain About 5 Star Gacha Rates
The community team for Genshin Impact released a survey, which covers their fanpages, keyart and, opinions on a recent event they ran.
The Genshin Impact community team has put out a nice feedback survey for fans, so now you can complain about how awful the five star pull rates are. Oh, and give the development team useful feedback on the game itself, I guess.
Most of the survey asks about the official fanpage on Facebook, about opinions on official images and keyart. There are also sections at the end that allow for additional comments, for if you have anything outside of those parameters to leave feedback on. You can fill out the full survey here if you’re interested in giving feedback to the Genshin Impact team.
Soon after publishing the future update schedule for Genshin Impact, available now on PC, PS4, iOS, and Android, miHoYo in another post announced multiple upgrades are coming with Version 1.1. Said update will add an encyclopedia to tell you how to obtain certain items, future updates will add a shortcut to eat food, UI improvements, and more. This update is expected to release on November 11th.
App Annie reports that on mobile devices alone, Genshin Impact has already surpassed 17 million downloads in total. These numbers were taken through the game’s first four days of availability as well, which means that the total has surely increased over the weekend. Under the assumption that downloads on mobile continued at a similar rate to the first four days, this likely means that Genshin Impact is somewhere around 20 million downloads solely on mobile.
Soon after its launch, multiple Japanese players claimed the game’s anti cheat program mhyprot2 was spyware. miHoYo, however, published an official statement denying the allegations and explained where the bug stems from.
In order to learn more on Genshin Impact, DualShockers recently interviewed the development team at miHoYo. We most notably received details regarding miHoYo’s creative process for the game, and hints for future updates. You can check out that interview here.
Genshin Impact launched on September 28th on iOS, Android, PC, and PS4. A Switch version is also in development. You can with our past coverage. Most notably how while online coop is cross platform, only mobile and PC players can cross save. Meanwhile, PS4 accounts can only stay on PS4. The development team teased additional systems are coming, including Photo Mode.