Want to know more about the upcoming Genshin Impact events? A new version of Genshin Impact arrives every six weeks, complete with new characters, quests, and events. It’s difficult to keep track of which events are currently running and if there are any new ones coming soon, so here’s a schedule for all current and upcoming Genshin Impact events.
Genshin Impact has a number of events running simultaneously, and they aren’t just in-game events. When a new Genshin Impact character joins the game, the devs launch a web event at the same time – players learn about the latest characters through an interactive story told through a web browser. The rewards for completing different events range from in-game items like primogems and mora, to real life prizes like mouse mats and plushies.
Just like the Genshin Impact banners, most events are only available for a limited time, so it’s worth participating as soon as you can. New events are usually added to Genshin Impact after an update, but it’s worth keeping an eye out on this page as the devs do like to surprise the community.
GENSHIN IMPACT CURRENT EVENTS
Most Genshin Impact events last around two weeks, but some can be as short as a few days.
Here are the current Genshin Impact events:
- Oceansong: in-game battle pass – January 5 until March 14
- A Study in Potions: in-game event – January 7 until February 17
- Windtrace: in-game event – January 13 until February 27
GENSHIN IMPACT UPCOMING EVENTS
Mihoyo host Genshin Impact livestreams before a big update and cover the events coming to the game.
Here are the upcoming Genshin Impact 2.4 events:
- Fleeting Colors in Flight: in-game event – January 25 until February 12
- May Fortune Find You: in-game event – January 25 until February 09
- Flowing Lights and Colors: in-game event – February 9 until February 13
- Eight Locales Over Mountains and Seas: in-game event – February 4 until February 14
That’s everything you need to know about the current and upcoming Genshin Impact events. Definitely check out our Genshin Impact codes guide if you’re looking to add some primogems and mora to your wallet. It’s also worth reading our Genshin Impact hangouts events guide – fortunately these events stick around permanently, so you can play through them whenever you want.