The world of Genshin is a vast and beautiful landscape called an open world.
I’ve compiled a list of three things you shouldn’t do when playing “Genshin”.
Genshin is a game that is making a big splash in countries all over the world, having recovered 10 billion yen in development costs in less than a month since it was released on September 28, 2020.
It’s a game that is very easy to play and very fun to play, and I’m addicted to it, partly because it’s compatible with so many devices such as PC, smartphone, and PS4, but also because of the attractive characters and the well thought-out battle system.
The game is easy to play and very entertaining, and I’m addicted to it. The main way I play the game is solo, which makes me want to move forward, but there are times when I suddenly realize that I’ve missed something or missed something.
It’s frustrating and inefficient to have to search for an object again while trying to remember it in the vastness of the fold. I should have done it! I regretted it too.
I don’t want you to make that mistake, so here are the three main mistakes I made.
1.Don’t use the map’s marking function
Genshin has a map marking function. The purpose of this feature is to make it easier to find things later by marking places that you have found or are interested in.
But what if you don’t use such a useful feature and continue with the story?
The first half of the storyline serves as a tutorial to help you get used to the game. The dungeons, warp points, and other important facilities that you will be visiting in the future will be automatically noted as you follow the scenario.
However, other locations, such as the locations of items needed to power up your character, or quests that cannot be completed at your current level, you will have to learn by yourself.
But the number of locations is huge. But the number of locations is so huge that it’s extremely difficult to find a single point of interest from memory in the vast open world map.
A girl alone in a place like this… what’s bothering you?
I’ll mark it down in case I have to come back later!
In order to avoid “Where did I get that item? In order to avoid “Where did I get that item?” later on, it’s a good idea to make a habit of using the marking function when you’re in the middle of a story, so you don’t get frustrated later on. Let’s make use of it!
2. Ignore the glowing point
As you walk around the field, there are points that glow. These may be items or places to “examine”, so at first you’ll be curious to approach them and touch or pick them up. However, there are so many of them that you may get tired of them and just ignore them. But wait a minute.
What if the item you didn’t pick up there is an important item that you will need later?
The problem is that many of the items you need to raise your character level are included in the game.
What if all those shiny places you see here are the items you need to level up?
The number of items required to level up is large, some in the double digits, so it will take a long time to collect them once you need them. It may be tedious, but it is ultimately more efficient to pick up every single item you find.
The number of items you can pick up in a day is fixed, with some particularly valuable items being picked up once every two days. Therefore, it’s a good idea to use the aforementioned marking function to regularly patrol and collect!
3.It’s easy to move up the world rankings
You want to raise your level and rank as soon as possible. It’s a good idea to raise your level as much as you can, because the stronger your character becomes, the faster you can progress in your quests.
But please don’t raise your “world rank” too easily!
Don’t worry about your character level, you can keep raising it.
In addition to character level, Genshin has “Adventure Rank” and “World Rank”.
Adventure Rank: The number needed to open up scenarios and get rewards.
World Rank: A number that makes enemies stronger and rewards more luxurious.
In order to progress through the storyline in Genshin, you need a set adventure level.
There are sub-quests to fill in the gaps. You can do sub-quests at the same time as the story, or you can do them one at a time. You are free to do as you please.
Raise your character level and increase your adventure rank quickly. That’s fine.
The problem is the world level. What will happen if you raise it?
Merit: Drop items become more delicious.
Demerit: Enemies, including small fish, become stronger.
You get the idea, right?
If you are blinded by the goodness of the drop items and raise your world rank without developing your character, you will have a very hard time.
You’ll have a hard time collecting items because you’ll be dealing with weaker characters and stronger enemies. If you can’t collect items, your character development efficiency will also drop, making it harder to defeat enemies… it’s a vicious cycle.
It doesn’t have to be all the characters you have. I think the key to playing comfortably is to raise your world rank after developing just your main characters.
I’ve also heard that item drops become more difficult once you reach world rank 4 or higher…?
How to proceed with the main story?
The key to playing Genshin comfortably is to collect a number of items.
These items can be used to grow food or for foodstuffs. Make use of the map’s marking function to pick up shiny items without fail, and collect items efficiently with a moderate world rank.
The world is huge at the moment, but it is expected to grow even more with future updates. It’s not enough to just vaguely follow the scenario, but it’s necessary to steadily accumulate information in order to continue playing Genshin.
The story is a tutorial for adventuring through the vast field.
In my opinion, the real scenario in Genshin is the player’s own adventure itself. I think the story is a preparatory exercise for that.
I hope you enjoy this game as much as I do, as you roam freely in the vast open world, making new discoveries, encountering challenging quests, defeating powerful enemies, and gaining treasure.