A long-term collaboration has begun between Ufotable studio and HoYoverse, in charge of the open-world RPG game Genshin Impact. The collaboration is not exactly named the “Genshin Impact anime adaptation,” but that is most likely the case.
The world of Tevyat, Paimon, and the twins “Aether and Lumine” is featured in a concept trailer by Ufotable. The trailer includes music by Yu-Peng Chen.
The Genshin Impact project team said: “We believe that this anime project will be able to fully meet the expectations of travelers regarding the quality of ‘Genshin Impact.’ A unique open world, in order to draw that world, the battle to further evolve the animation production that has been done so far will be further done by Ufotable studio”.
No production details about the Genshin Impact anime has been announced. So we don’t know about the staff and cast of the series. The release date for Genshin Impact anime is yet to be announced.
Ufotable is a Japanese animation studio created in October 2000 by former Telecom Animation Film employees of TMS Entertainment. The studio is known for its amazing animation quality, particularly Fate series and the Demon Slayer anime series are their most talked about anime series.
MiHoYo created and published Genshin Impact, an action role-playing game. It was released in 2020 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, iOS, and Android, and in 2021 for PlayStation 5 and Nintendo Switch.
Genshin Impact takes place in the fantasy world of Teyvat, which is home to seven nations, each of which is tied to a different element and ruled by a different god. The story follows the Traveler, who has traveled across countless worlds with their twin sibling before becoming separated in Teyvat. The Traveler travels in search of the lost sibling with their companion Paimon and becomes involved in the affairs of Teyvat’s nations.
Source: Genshin Impact Twitter