Genshin Impact is a success and we discover it every time a novelty of some kind is announced, given the resonance they have on every occasion.
The title that was inspired by The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (which you can find on Amazon) continues to be loved by the community.
So much so that for many it was even the real game of the year of 2022, with pace of God of War Ragnarok and Elden Ring.
The run of Genshin Impact therefore does not seem to want to stop for no reason, also because the latest characters put on sale have also broken records.
And what would Genshin Impact be like if it were a last-generation video game in Unreal Engine 5? Someone wanted to answer this question that perhaps had never really been asked.
Thanks to a concept video we can see what the open world gacha would look like if it were made with the latest version of the famous engine.
By “Steam Cat Marterio” who published the video that you can find below:
Unfortunately, the bitrate is not very high, but there are some details evident even without the total cleaning of the elements on the screen.
Unreal Engine 5 in fact allows Genshin Impact to benefit from slightly improved visual effects and lighting. As for the field of view and, in general, the quantity of details that are shown by the panorama.
Considering that the development of the title started in 2017 using the Unity Engine, this is certainly a significant step forward, if and when it is actually completed.
For the nostalgic, however, there are those who have started a work that is equally surprising but for different reasons: a 2D demake of Genshin Impact.
Meanwhile, the MiHoYo title was so successful that it pushed the company to invest in localization in various languages. Including Italian, with a job we recently talked about in one of our articles.