New settings are shown in Genshin Impact Sumeru: Players may get a preview of the new settings they can look forward to exploring when the Sumeru area debuts in Genshin Impact version 3.0 with the most recent teaser.
The teaser depicts Sumeru, the game’s eponymous city, in a beautiful rainforest area with rivers, enormous trees, and even luminescent mushrooms that take over the environment as you travel further away from civilization.
In contrast to the more angular mountains or tall pillars of Inazuma and Liyue. This setting design to seem smoother and give a sense of endlessness.
The desert region is the other significant biome and often hit by powerful storms like tornadoes. All the ruins discovered here have destroyed by sand, weather, and time.
Along with several subterranean ruins and secret spaces, this region will also include enigmatic ruins hanging in the sky. The oasis will be the only place where you may see natural traces.
While parts of the rainforest regions see in the first teaser. This was our first glimpse of the desert landscape.
The most considerable territory in Genshin Impact is allegedly Sumeru, which is bigger than the combined areas of Mondstadt and Liyue. Some enthusiasts, however, believe that most of this vast territory may be a barren desert with nothing to do or see.
One of the most eagerly awaited game upgrades since the game’s release is the 3.0 update for Genshin Impact. This update will provide the game’s first new element, Dendro, in addition to the enormous new Sumeru area.
While the release date of 3.0 is still unknown, all indications point to it being in August.