Michael Deckert | 09/17/2022 – 11:16 am
During the recent stream of the upcoming Genshin Impact version 3.1, a special surprise was announced. HoYoverse is working with Ufotable on an anime adaptation.
Last Friday, the developers of miHoYo broadcast a new stream of “Genshin Impact”. As the popular gacha game celebrates its second birthday these days, the broadcast was not only full of information about the next update 3.1, but also had some more surprises in store for the players.
miHoYo is currently working with animation studio Ufotable on a “long-term project” under the HoYoverse label: an anime adaptation of “Genshin Impact”.
Long-term project anime conversion has started
The developers of Genshin Impact are known for their impressive trailers for the game. Especially the last trailers for the new Sumeru region drifted more in the direction of anime, so that quite a few players probably wished for a real series implementation. During the special program for version 3.1 of the game, miHoYo announced such a project with Ufotable and also showed a first concept trailer.
The trailer itself doesn’t reveal much about the project, for which no release date is currently known. However, the fans can already get a first overview of the style of the adaptation. The trailer begins with our companion Paimon floating through a dark forest. Then some landscapes of Mondstadt are shown: light-flooded forests, deep valleys as well as wide rivers and raging waterfalls. There is also a first look at Dragonspine and the statue of the seven in Mondstadt. Finally, we see the game’s protagonists, Aether and Lumine, holding hands.
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Ufotable is a Japanese animation studio based in Tokyo. In addition to anime series and films, the studio also works on animation and backgrounds for video games. The studio is known, among other things, for the adaptations of the game developer Type-Moon, such as the “Fate” series. In recent years, the studio has caused a stir with the popular series “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba”.
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