Genshin Impact has generated millions a day since its launch months ago, and that’s in just in-game revenue. Mihoyo continues to add to their profit now in the form of an online shop selling merchandise featuring Genshin Impact’s most iconic characters.
Unfortunately, the store isn’t available to western fans, but players in China have plenty to choose from. There’s also always third-party services you can go through if you really have your heart set on an item and just can’t get it. The shop is loaded with tons of goodies, many celebrating the New Year in festive character depictions. Some of these may be limited considering their holiday purpose, so get to ordering if you’re eager to add them to your home. Check out a few of our favorites before heading to the shop!
There’s this incredible little Guoba pot that’ll keep your noodle warm while grinding for primogems. Considering his fire-spitting abilities, it’s quite an appropriate choice. It looks like there’s also a little pepper he comes with, so he can munch on it to heat things up just as he does in Genshin Impact.
This desk calendar is perfect for kicking off the New Year. It features Qiqi, Klee, Paimon, Zhongli, and Venti celebrating in Liyue. In an era of Google calendar, it may not be your most practical purchase from the shop, but it’s still the cutest desk decoration up for sale.
The only thing competing against that Guabo pot for number one is this adorable mug shaped like Klee’s bombs. Dear reader, I am a Klee main myself, so there would be nothing more satisfying than burning my mouth with my daily coffee while using this mug and lighting enemies up with my Klee at the same time. It’s all too cute.
The store has plenty of other fun additions to your Genshin Impact collection like acrylic cutouts for every character, keychains, sticky notes, and tons of plushies. Some of this stuff may be worth exploring those international shipping services if you’re looking to collect from the west.
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