Genshin Impact latest update: Get these big rewards for Free - Check details
Two new redeem codes are said to be made available in the month of November.
Genshin Impact update: In good news for gaming community, Genshin Impact, an action role-playing game developed and published by miHoYo, which recently announced open-world title’s recent collaboration with Amazon, has brought an opportunity for players to earn free rewards throughout the year.
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With the Prime Gaming treatment, travelers can get redeem codes each month for this year. The redeem codes can be used to grab in-game items including Fragile Resin, Primogems, Mora, and more. The monthly free rewards will be available exclusively for Genshin Impact Prime Gaming users, the BGR India reported.
To get free redeem codes in Genshin Impact with Prime Gaming subscription: Open the Prime Gaming and Genshin Impact loot page on your browser. On the available rewards that you will see, click ‘Claim now’. Sign in to a Prime Gaming account.
Two new redeem codes are said to be made available in the month of November. Although details about the rewards haven’t been disclosed yet.
For PC: To claim Genshin Impact rewards using redeem codes- - Log in to the game and open the Paimon menu at the top-left corner. Scroll down to the Settings and click it. Then head to Account > Redeem Code. Up next, enter your unique code and confirm. An in-game email will pop up confirming the rewards.
For iOS: Open the official miHoYo gift website. Log in with your miHoYo account, ensure that it is linked to your Genshin Impact account on iOS. Select your server from the drop-down list. Enter your character name and paste the unique Prime Gaming code. You will then receive the rewards via in-game mail.
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