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Genshin impact: A new hype but not

On September 28, 2020, miHoYo released its free-to-play action role-playing for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, Android and iOS. The game features a fantasy open-world environment and action-based battle system using elemental magic, character switching and uses gacha game monetization for players to obtain new characters, weapons, and other resources. The game grossed over $250 million within a month, making it one of the largest mobile game launches in history.

Game graphics are decent with a good amount of details. Visual effects are pretty robust, there is no lag or in sync with the character's movement. All over there is an issue with the graphics but the game is pretty graphics intensive. On Windows operating machine, minimum 2 GB of graphics card is required for the game to be playable with 4 GB ram and Core i3 4th Gen processor. This configuration will be able to play the game at its minimum settings. But if need the game to run smoothly at 60fps which is currently supported by the game, you will need Core i5 processor 7th gen and up and 8 GB of ram and 4 GB graphics card. While on android devices Snapdragon 700 series with 6gb and plus is able to run the game at minimum to medium settings at 3fps.

The game controls are good but there are no customs controls aren't available for now but the new version 1.1 update is bringing the custom control to every platform. In android, during the fight, the camera movement is fixed while the characters automatically face towards the next enemy which is a huge problem for mobile device users.