Genshin Impact’s Hoyoverse Joins With Ufotable For Anime Adaptation

The surprise package of Ufotable and Genshin Impact is here!

The dream of most of the fans is now coming true; Genshin Impact gets adapted into an anime series! The long-term anime project of Genshin Impact just hit the internet, and a three-minute preview was released at the Tokyo Game show, and I am sure the fans cannot hold their excitement.

For non-gaming-anime fans, Genshin Impact is the game that took the world by storm in 2020; it was one of the most popular video games. Set in the world of the role-playing genre, the players explore an open environment in pursuit of the Archons of the seven elements.

Since its initial release, it has also had numerous upgrades that have added additional characters, quests, items, and more. The game’s popularity is immeasurable; the game went on to have crossovers with the popular Sony game Horizon Zero Dawn.

Here’s the official announcement.

Watch The New Genshin Impact Anime Trailer

The new trailer showed a glimpse into a fly-by tour of Mondstadt, one of the first regions the gamer gets to explore and play. The trailer slowly slips into the beautiful world of Genshin Impact, showing us hills, mountains of Dragonspine, and forests flying by in breathtaking visuals. And the trailer ends with our Travellers standing by a stunning backdrop, and it looks downright gorgeous.

Despite their estrangement in the game’s narrative, the twins’ reunion in the trailer has already spurred rumors among the fandom; theorists are at their work coming up with their narratives, but at this point, all we can do is wait.

Crème de la Crème

Hoyoverse, the studio responsible for developing the game, is collaborating with Ufotable for the production of anime. And for those not familiar, Ufotable is the studio that gave us the anime Demon Slayer! The fact that such a massive studio will be responsible for the anime is another reason the fans screech with excitement.

The marketing head of the Hoyoverse at the convention said, “After a lot of painstaking work, we are happy to present you with this surprise on our anniversary and officially announce the animation collaboration project between Genshin Impact and Ufotable.”

He further adds, “We hope you will be able to experience the animation project as soon as possible,” and we all hope the anime hits our screens very soon.

The trailer preview ends with the note, “Let’s step into this vast magical world of adventure together!” And we all hope that the anime is no less magical than the game. On a scale of 1 to 10, how excited are you for the Genshin Impact anime?