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Genshin Impact Leaks: PlayStation to Get Cross-Save?

According to a new leak, the PlayStation versions of Genshin Impact may be getting a long-awaited feature in the future. That’s right, according to the leak, miHoYo may be working on a cross-save system between the Sony versions, PC, and mobile!

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The information comes from known leaker @abc64real, and, as we said above, according to him, that’s a chance that mihoYo is currently working on the new mechanic. Also according to him, the release may come with a few conditions, like limiting the access to PlayStation exclusive content on other platforms, like the exclusive 4-star sword and glider.

You can check out abc64‘s Twitter post below, in which he talks about his findings:

If the leaks are indeed true, we can only hope that everything works out between both parties, since the addition will only enrich the experience.

It’s good to keep in mind that, since it’s the fruit of leaks, the information above needs to be taken with a grain of salt, even if the leaker in question has a good track record.

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Genshin Impact’s version 1.6 is already here, featuring a Klee rerun banner, a new version exclusive archipelago region, the debut of skins in the game, new quests, events, and more. Kazuha, the game’s new 5-star Kazuha, as well as the game’s upcoming archon quest, will be released at a later date, together with his weapon featured banner.

Genshin Impact is currently available for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, mobile devices – Android and iOS – and for PC, via miHoYo’s official launcher and the Epic Games Store. A version of the game for the Nintendo Switch is also reportedly in development.

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So, are you excited by the possibility of Cross-Save coming to the PlayStation versions of Genshin Impact?

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