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Genshin Impact gamers are at all times handled to a livestream earlier than the game’s massive month-to-month patch, however we’ll have to attend some time earlier than we get our regular sneak peek into the brand new upcoming model. The livestream for Genshin Impact Version 2.7 has been formally delayed, leaving us at the hours of darkness about what’s formally coming subsequent month.
The motive for this delay has not been formally introduced, with all official channels neglecting to submit about why this delay even occurred. However, gamers are speculating the delay is as a result of lockdowns in Shangai on account of the coronavirus pandemic, as HoYoverse is formally primarily based in Shangai.
The builders additionally didn’t announce when the livestream would formally occur. The official Facebook submit said the livestream is just “temporarily delayed,” so it’s not formally canceled as of but. There’s no indication of when the stream will truly happen.
This newest information occurs amongst rumors that Version 2.7 of Genshin Impact may also see a delay. In an official assertion to Comicbook.com, HoYoverse didn’t explicitly deny the potential of a delay and as an alternative said “our team has been doing our best working on the game and future updates at this moment.”