One of the things that makes RPG Genshin Impact so popular in the open world is that it saves your progress between game sessions on PC, Android and iOS. It makes the adventure seamless wherever you play … with the notable exception of console players on PS4 and PS5. Starting with version 2.0, PlayStation players will finally be able to play on the same character and save the file on all platforms.
Genshin developer MiHoYo detailed the complex interface system with PlayStation Network on his blog. It’s rotating than it seems at first. If you have an existing game progressing on your PC and / or Android and / or iOS with your Mihoyo login email, but have not yet played the game on PlayStation, you will need to log in to the game on your console with said email. mail and account progress. If you are going in the opposite direction and want to sync your PlayStation progress to accounts on your PC or mobile device, you will need a new MiHoYo account. Oh, and synchronized progress across the three server groups (America, Europe, Asia) is not supported.
Read the instructions carefully. It’s a bit of a mess.
PlayStation cross save will land alongside the latest expansion, “The Immovable God and the Eternal Euthymia.” Just rolls off your tongue, right? The release date for both the new features and the new region of the game is set for July 21. There is still no word on a release date for the Nintendo Switch version of the game.