Genshin Impact continues to be in improvement on Nintendo Switch, says miHoYo PR

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MiHoYo has confirmed that, sure, Genshin Impact is “still in development” for Nintendo Switch. Confirmed for Nintendo’s hybrid console again in 2020, followers of the free-to-play open-world motion game have been questioning precisely what’s been taking place with the Switch port. Thankfully, the port has not been canceled and the event workforce is merely taking its time.

Speaking to GoNintendo, international PR specialist Xin Yang of miHoYo defined that “the Switch version” of Genshin Impact “is still in development.” Giving little else away, the PR spokesperson added that miHoYo “will release more information as [development progresses] further along.” While there isn’t any update on a launch date for the long-gestating Switch model of Genshin Impact, it’s good to know that it’s nonetheless being labored on.

Given that Genshin Impact has been playable on varied different platforms for some time now, and with no phrase from the event workforce, it’s not stunning to find that some thought the Switch port of the game had been quietly canceled. Hopefully, now that we all know this isn’t the case, we’d see the game in motion on the Switch sooner relatively than later.

Whenever Genshin Impact does grace the Switch, you’ll be needing to know which characters to keep away from. Learning what all the Icons imply ought to assist out earlier than enjoying, too. Hopefully, the much-delayed 2.7 update (which has seen the Kamisato Ayaka banner prolonged indefinitely) will probably be out there earlier than lengthy, too.