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Genshin Impact 2.2 patch notes reveal 5 most useful changes in the new update

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Genshin Impact 2.2 will be released in a few hours and many changes to the game will be implemented soon.

Many Genshin Impact players are excited about the new weapons, events, and exploration in version 2.2. In addition to these new additions, Genshin Impact is rolling out some changes that will certainly be helpful to its player base.

This article collects some of the best mods mentioned in the 2.2 patch notes.

Top 5 changes in Genshin Impact 2.2

5) Longer lasting settings

Change the clock in version 2.1 (Image via miHoYo)
Change the clock in version 2.1 (Image via miHoYo)

Geshin Impact players often change their time in the game to farm items, fish, or complete missions. There is currently a 24 hour limit on how much they can advance the clock. This limit sometimes means that players have to fast forward one day and then advance again.

Fortunately, in Genshin Impact 2.2, the 24 hour limit will be expanded. With the ability to change the clock by days at a time, players should no longer have to fast-forward twice to fulfill mission requirements.

4) Easier learning of equipment drawings.

Furniture creation interface (Image via miHoYo)
Furniture creation interface (Image via miHoYo)

In Genshin Impact 2.2, learning how to furnish plans will be much more accessible. Currently, players must open their inventories, select the blueprint, and learn it. However, in 2.2, they will also be able to do that in the bench creation, the forge menu, and the furniture creation screen.

This change should reduce the hassle for Genshin Impact players using Serenitea Pot. After purchasing a furniture plan, the learning and manufacturing process should now be quicker and easier.

3) Compatibility of the parametric transformer with Inazuma elements

Ganyu with the parametric transformer (Image via miHoYo)
Ganyu with the parametric transformer (Image via miHoYo)

Genshin Impact players can feed the Parametric Transformer with different minerals, plants, and monster drops to earn items like Mora and materials to level up. However, since Inazuma’s release in version 2.2, all Electro nation-specific items have become incompatible with the device.

Now, in version 2.2, this problem is solved. From now on, players can enter Inazuma’s Specialties into the Parametric Transformer to earn their weekly rewards.

2) Delinquency Limit removed on Stardust Exchange

Buy Blackberry on Stardust Exchange (Image via miHoYo)
Buy Blackberry on Stardust Exchange (Image via miHoYo)

Aside from monthly wishes, Mora is perhaps the most useful item for sale on Genshin Impact’s Stardust Exchange. Players need Mora to level up pretty much anything in the game. Along with that, ley line deposits for Mora are generally considered a waste of resin.

Now, in version 2.2, players can buy an unlimited amount of Blackberry on the Stardust Exchange. There is a limit of 100 Blackberry x10,000 per trade, but players should still be able to make multiple purchases.

1) Increased artifact capacity

Artifact Inventory (Image via miHoYo)
Artifact Inventory (Image via miHoYo)

Starting with version 2.2, Genshin Impact will allow players to have up to 1,500 artifacts in their inventory. This is a great upgrade from the previous 1,000 limit. Since artifacts are so crucial to character building, this is a great solution for late-game enthusiasts.

Many players spend a lot of resin on artifact domains and consequently the 1000 capacity is quite easy to fill. Now in 2.2, they should have more freedom before deciding which artifacts to give up or feed to others.

These patch notes provide more information on Genshin Impact 2.2. Through the implementation of these changes, players have a lot to be excited about.

Edited by Sijo Samuel Paul

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I am a fashion designer in the past and I currently write in the fields of fashion, cosmetics, body care and women in general. I am interested in family matters and everything related to maternal, child and family health.

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