The second phase of the Genshin Impact 2.4 patch is well underway, and the upcoming 2.5 patch is quickly approaching. In fact, mihHoYo has unveiled the complete details of the forthcoming content that Travelers will perceive in the 2.5 update.
The story quests are always exciting for the Genshin Impact community, as players can grab plenty of free rewards while working through various challenges. This time, developers will add two new story quests – Imperatric Umbrosa Chapter: Act II - Raiden Shogun & Divina Vulpes Chapter: Act I - Yae Miko.
Genshin Impact Raiden Shogun story quest guide – “Imperatric Umbrosa Chapter” Act II
As of writing, Raiden Shogun Act II story quest hasn’t been made available in Genshin Impact yet. It will be officially released on 16th February, along with the launch of the 2.5 version. Fortunately, miHoYo has shared the storyline details of the Raiden Shogun Act II story quest via the 2.5 livestream.
Story Promotional Video｜Genshin Impact— Genshin Impact (@GenshinImpact) February 4, 2022
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Version 2.5 will be bringing us the continuation of the popular Raiden Shogun story quest. Many players are unaware of the Inazuma’s history, and that’s why the upcoming “Imperatric Umbrosa Chapter” Act II will be closely linked to the history of Inazuma, specifically with Inazuma Archon Quest.
Therefore, it’s safe to say that the Raiden Shogun story quest in the coming version will take players further in understanding Inazuma’s mysterious past. Moreover, it’s essential to complete this story quest in order to unlock Yae Miko's Story Quest.
As we’ve mentioned earlier, both quests will be available after the version 2.5 update on 16th February. So that’s all you need to know about Raiden Shogun Act II story quest.
You can have a look at all the content coming to Genshin Impact 2.5 update in the official trailer released my miHoYo below.
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