There are many additions that come with the Genshin Impact 2.0 Inazuma update. One of these additions is the landscaping system within Teapot Realms.
Genshin Impact 2.0 will be released on July 21, 2021. The update includes a wealth of content with new enemies to fight, a new region to explore, puzzles to solve, new powers and new stories. The Inazuma Islands are sure to be a great experience that fans have been waiting for a while, especially with the Traveler getting the Electro ability. Along with the Inazuma Islands, Genshin Impact Pot of serenity The housing system is also getting new systems.
The new system that comes to the house is gardening. Players can now enter their Teapot houses with the ability to plant various types of plots, each of which contains specific plants that can only be placed within those specific soils. There is also a new item called Sub-Space Waypoint that will allow players to teleport around their housing plots; however, having too many waypoints in place will have a chance to alter how the maintenance of Tubby’s house will change. Trees can fly, elements of the house will move, and mountains and rocks can begin to rotate.
To start gardening, players must complete a world quest called “The Art of Horticulture” upon reaching reputation level 3 in Inazuma. Once this is complete, players will be able to use the Seed Dispensary. When the Dispensary is equipped, it will allow players to collect plant seeds from Mondstadt, Liyue, and Inazuma. Once the player has collected enough seeds, they can plant them in the chosen plot. Seeds can also be purchased with Realm Currency if players have obtained those seeds from the Seed Dispensary at least once.
The three Genshin Impact garden plots and how they work
Once the player has acquired the seeds they are looking to plant, they will have to enter their home within the Serenitea Pot and select the required plot for the specific seed. You can buy three types of plots, each with its own set of plants according to myHoYo:
- Jade field: Radish, Mint, Carrots, Jeuyun Chili, Blueberry, Mushroom, Sweet Flower and Small Lamp Herb.
- Lush Glebe: Windwheel Aster, Glaze Lily, Violetgrass, a new Inazuma plant, Silk Flower, Qingxin, and Cecelia.
- Tidy meadow: Calla Lily, a new plant from Inazuma, Sea Ganoderma, Snapdragon, Lotus Head and Horsetail.
Each plot can contain up to four of the seeds within its list and there is no fixed number as to how many plots a player can have in his house if they do not exceed the load limit. While some players may have each house configured to their liking, it may be better for players to have a single kingdom style just for gardening, that way they can utilize the new system to the fullest without having to travel to three different kingdoms in Genshin Impact to harvest all your plants.
Unfortunately, the time to grow a single plant can take two to three days, which is substantially longer than it takes for natural resources to regrow in the game world. However, this large amount of time seems fair enough, since all the necessary plants would be in the same place, reducing the amount of time spent collecting various materials. This may be subject to change in the future. Genshin Impact updates, however.
While nothing is known about the shelter items yet, it can be safe to assume that players will be able to find new shelter recipes that contain items seen in the Inazuma nation. Maybe they’ll add an item like the Statue of Seven, which can heal an entire group so players don’t have to resort to the Jean Vampire method for group healing. Although this seems likely, players will have to wait until Genshin Impact 2.0 releases to be sure.
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