Can you believe it has been nearly a year since miHoYo released Genshin Impact? Time flies when you are a traveller, after all! For those who don't know, Genshin Impact was first released on 28th September 2021. While everyone is enjoying the diverse content in the Genshin Impact 2.1 update and playing with the best characters, developer miHoYo has also released the Engraved Wishes web event. Here's how you can join in this celebratory event with ease, how long it lasts, and the prizes some travellers can win.
How to participate in Genshin Impact Engraved Wishes event
The Genshin Impact Engraved Wishes event runs from 7th to 28th September 2021. To participate in the event and be eligible to win prizes, players need to be Adventure Rank 20 or above.
The event is available to those playing on the America, Europe, Asia and TW/HK/MO servers.
For those who meet the requirements, you can simply head on over to the Engraved Wishes web event page now, send some wishes and choose your block message.
Each account may only send one wish, and you can change your wish on the same webpage.
The prizes for Genshin Impact's Engraved Wishes web event
First and foremost, players have the opportunity to get their message engraved on Paimon's blocks. This message can feature up to six English characters and numbers.
After verification, 50,000 lucky travellers will be able to engrave their six characters on a physical building block of Paimon.
Developer miYoHo explains what else participants can win: "After the wishes are collected, we will randomly select 100 lucky participants, each of whom will receive an Amazon gift card valued at US$50. From all event participants, we will randomly select one participant to receive a PlayStation®5 Digital Edition Console (valued at US$827)."
You can head on over to the web event's official post to learn about the raffle rules for the PS5 Digital Edition.
Good luck to everyone who participates in Genshin Impact's Engraved Wishes web event, and those hoping to win some prizes in the process.
Keep in mind that we are not associated with developer miHoYo in any way or form, and have nothing to do with the picking of winners or distribution of any prizes.