‘Genshin Impact’ to be adapted into anime series

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‘Genshin Impact’ to be adapted into anime series 

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Game developer HoyoVerse partners with Japanese animation studio ufotable for the anime adaptation

MANILA, Philippines – An anime series based on the popular role-playing game Genshin Impact is in the works! 

Game developer HoyoVerse announced on Friday, September 16, that they’re partnering with Japanese animation studio ufotable to develop an anime based on the RPG. ufotable is the studio behind several anime projects including Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba and Fate/Zero.

A three-minute concept trailer was also released to mark the start of a “long-term project.”

“Let’s step into this vast magical world of adventure together,” they said. 

The trailer provides a glimpse of the game’s vast locations and sees the twin protagonists Lumine and Aether holding hands in a rare moment.

Other details about the anime adaptation, such as the series title and release date, have yet to be announced.  

Genshin Impact was launched in September 2020, and follows either Traveler Lumine or Traveler Aether in the fantasy world of Teyvat. – 

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