The event “Hypostatic Symphony” is currently running in the co-op RPG Genshin Impact, where you can get great rewards such as Primogems or Mora. We’ll tell you what you need to know.
That’s going on: The “Hypostatic Symphony” event in the co-op RPG Genshin Impact has started. A new challenge will now be unlocked every day until all challenges are available after seven days. The entire event lasts 15 days and can be completed in single-player or multiplayer mode.
- The event starts on: January 16, 2021, 10:00 am Servertime
- The event ends on: January 31, 2021, 3:59 am Servertime
- Eligibility requirement: You need at least be Adventure Rank 20
This is how the Genshin Impact Hypostatic event works
For each challenge, you can choose the level of difficulty and a variation. The more difficult it gets, the more points you get when you successfully complete it.
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These are the variations: Variations are factors that change the challenge as a whole. They also affect the number of points you get for passing the challenge. This includes various bonuses and penalties for the challenger.
Variations that increase the difficulty of the challenge ensure that you get more points in the end. For variations that reinforce figures, it’s the other way around. You can use different characters with promotional bonuses in different challenges. This allows you to do more damage in the corresponding challenges. This promotional bonus also applies in multiplayer mode.
These are the event rewards
As soon as you pass a challenge for the first time, you will receive 60 Primogems. So you can collect 420 Primogems in the seven challenges.
Depending on the difficulty and variation selected, you will also receive points upon completion, for which you can unlock rewards at the end of the event. You need a total of 20,000 points for all rewards. Reach point targets to claim the event-exclusive namecard style Celebration: Hypostasis and other rewards.
This is how the points are counted: If you want to warm up first, that’s no problem at all. You can take on a challenge as often as you want. At the end of the event, only your high scores are added up.