A Genshin Impact fan recently made a crossover from Persona 5 by recreating the All-Out Attack. In the video created by Raszero, Keqing triggers the All-Out Attack with the attack animation, Paimon says her cheesy phrases, and then it ends with Keqing saying her own catchphrase when she uses her Elemental Burst. Venti, Xingqiu, and Qiqi can also be seen in the background as supporting characters. These characters can be seen as players go through the Story Quest, from meeting the Corrupted Dragon Dvalin up to the Liyue quest and Side Quests.
The All-Out Attack from Persona is where the enemies are thrown off balance, making them vulnerable, and allowing the party of four members to attack simultaneously. With the increasing creativity of Genshin Impact fans, there’s a hope that crossover clips like the Persona 5 Royal trailer will be a thing on YouTube.
MiHoYo’s Genshin Impact has been quite successful since its launch in 2020, with fans creating countless content, including crossovers from other games like animations, comics, and arts. It seems that there is no end to its fandom as updates of content keep on pouring in as days go by, like the previous event “The Chalk Prince and the Dragon” and the current one “Lost Riches,” where players are given a Seelie Treasure-Seeking pet. Players are to go to hinted locations found on the Treasure Book to search for Iron Coins, which can purchase limited items like Primogems, Heroes Wit, Mora, and more.
Many fans of Genshin Impact are also excited about creating new fan content as miHoYo recently released the new 5 Star character Ganyu. The secretary for the Liyue Qixing just had her limited-time rate-up banner released together with an amazing weapon banner that has the Amo’s Bow which is also a 5 star Bow. Ganyu is one of the community’s favorite and loved characters as she was nicknamed Coco Goat. The nickname came from a quest where Qiqi sends players out to find Coco Milk, and after she mentions Coco Goat, Ganyu appears who has goat-like horns.
Players can now also create their epic wallpaper for their platforms as miHoYo gave players the Kamera from the “Snapshot” Quest; this allows players to take quick pictures while in combat or other actions. Players can then share these pictures with the community, making it one of the best addition to the game and also make fan-made content out of it as it automatically hides the in-game user interface, only leaving the watermark logo from Genshin Impact.
Genshin Impact is available on Mobile, PC, and PS4, and is currently in development for Switch and PS5.