22 Jul 2021 9:45 AM +00:00

How to get to Inazuma in Genshin Impact 2.0

Trying to find out how to get to Inazuma in Genshin Impact 2.0? The land of the Electro Archon has finally opened up to travellers, meaning you can venture across the sea to explore its landmarks and meet its many characters. Whether it's the fox-like Sakura tree or the Grand Narukami Shrine, the Kamisato Estate or the city of Inazuma itself, there's plenty to see and do in this new realm.

So how exactly do you get to Inazuma? Well, in this guide we'll walk you through everything you need to unlock the Inazuma Archon quest and step foot in Genshin Impact's brand-new region.

How To Get to Inazuma in Genshin Impact 2.0

There are a number of things you have to do to unlock the Inazuma Archon quest. First, you must be at least Adventure Rank 30 and have completed the Inazuma prologue quest from version 1.6: 'Autumn Winds, Scarlet Leaves'. This sees you meet Kaedehara Kazuha and compete in the Crux clash to earn passage to Inazuma from Beidou.

Ayaka's tearoom in Genshin Impact 2.0
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In order to unlock this stage of the Archon quest, you have to complete the section in Liyue and the section involving Dainsleif and the Abyss Herald. After 'Autumn Winds, Scarlet Leaves' is complete, simply go to your quest menu and select 'The Immovable God and the Eternal Euthymia'.

This directs you to speak to Katheryne about traveling to Inazuma with Beidou, starting you on the new region's Archon quest track.

If you're looking for more advice and tips for your time in Inazuma, be sure to check out our Genshin Impact section. We have an Ayaka build guide, some details about Genshin Impact 2.1, and even a full Genshin Impact tier list. We hope you have fun in Inazuma!

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