Peak Inside the New Genshin Impact Office - Photos Revealed

Paimon and the Travelers Aether and Lumine welcome you at miHoYo.

March 8, 2021

Following the unprecedented success of Genshin Impact in five months, miHoYo has just acquired a brand new building and offices for part of its development team in China. Yep, this is how miHoYo is using all the cash it’s getting from Genshin whale players around the world – those who spend massive amounts on the gacha banners. Several photos of this new building have been shared on Japanese Twitter. Let’s take a look at the new Genshin Impact miHoYo office and go along a virtual visit.

miHoYo currently has offices in Japan, and in Shangai, China, where its headquarters are located. It seems like this new building are the brand new headquarters.


The photos above depict the offices’ entrance with the employees’ check in and reception. Note the overall blue atmosphere, characteristic of miHoYo’s logo using blue as its theme. Paimon and the travelers greet visitors and employees alike. Note the Evangelion Eva Unit 01 figure on the reception desk.

More photos from the new miHoYo offices interior, still with the same blue soothing aesthetic. The open-space office has several miHoYo and Genshin Impact related goodies, including a huge Ruin Guard statue.

Some of the awards obtained by miHoYo till now are exposed as well.

You can tell with these photos the scale of the building and how huge it is overall.

What are your thoughts on the offices? Tell us in the comments. Genshin Impact is also holding a KFC collab event in China. The items exclusive to Chinese servers from the events will be available in a few months on the Global servers.

Genshin Impact will receive its ver 1.4 update, Invitation of Windblume, on March 17. It’s possible a new system related to Artifacts will be added with the update, or later on with a future version.

Genshin Impact is an open world JRPG, with gacha elements, available on PC, PS4, PS5 via backward compatibility, and Mobile. The game was also announced on Switch, but has no release date on Nintendo’s console yet.

Iyane Agossah

Living near Paris, Iyane (He/Him) is the head of Japanese content at DualShockers. He speaks Japanese, has been loving anime and Japanese games for over 25 years and plays Genshin Impact for its story and exploration. You can reach him on Twitter at @A_iyane07.

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