You may have spotted that Mihoyo launched a new Genshin Impact community event yesterday for in-game photographers, Windblume Snapshots. Now, since so many people participated, Mihoyo is giving away 60 Primogems to Travelers of Teyvat.
To get you up to speed, Mihoyo is holding Windblume Snapshots to reward players for their best photos around the world of Genshin Impact. The developer promised yesterday that if more than 20,000 people participate in the event across Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook it would reward everyone with 60 Primogems. And it looks like we hit that goal!
If you already know how to redeem codes, here it is. If not, keep on scrolling down and we’ll help you out.
- Genshin Impact Primogem Code: TT7BVJNPL249
It’s pretty easy to claim your 60 Primogems, just make sure you do it soon – Mihoyo has already said these codes are only available for a limited time. So, quickly follow these few steps and you’ll be on your way to pulling on Venti’s banner again:
- Visit the official Genshin Impact code redemption website
- Click “Log in to redeem” in the right hand corner, just above the “About Code Redemption” box. Once you do, you should see your region and character name automatically update
- Finally, a text entry box will pop up on the left. Enter the code “TT7BVJNPL249” there and select “Redeem”
And there you go! You should have 60 Primogems waiting for you when you log in again for redeeming the code online. The additional Primogem should be handy for those trying to pull Venti right now. His banner has made a return after not being available since Genshin Impact’s launch, but you can pull him again for a limited time in Invitation of Windblume.
Venti isn’t the only character to make a return, either. Childe’s banner will also make its rounds again, but this time he’ll be joined by a new Cyro-user, Rosaria. She’s the first new four-star banner character Mihoyo has introduced in a while, and we first ran into the polearm master in Dragonspire.
If you’re looking to return to Genshin Impact, now is a great time. Mihoyo just dropped a huge update in the form of version 1.4. You can now participate in new mini-games, side story quests, and even check out its new dating-like Hangout Event system. We’ve got a full summary of all the new changes, too.
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Andrea Shearon is a news editor at TheGamer who loves RPGs and anything horror related. Find her on Twitter via @Maajora.
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