Genshin Impact developer and publisher miHoYo is celebrating the anniversary of the game’s Dragonspine map with a special collaboration located in the Alps as well as series of web events.
The Alps is the real-world location that Dragonspine is inspired from and miHoYo has partnered with Europe’s highest ski resort Val Thorens to make it Genshin Impact-themed for the duration of the event. Visitors of the ski resort can now enjoy the skiing and scenery of the Alps but now with a touch of Teyvat.
Players can also participate in the series of web events, entitled “Enchanting Journey of Snow and Stars,” which include lighting up a special Teleport Waypoint placed in the Alps, writing down wishes for a chance to send them to the Tree of Wishes on the Alps, and more. Players will be able to claim various rewards as well as a customized photo card featuring the Alps and their favorite Genshin Impact character. Once the web event participants reach one million, a special Alps Waypoint Lighting Ceremony will also be broadcast sometime in mid-January on Twitch, YouTube, and VK.
More information on the Genshin Impact Alps and “Enchanting Journey of Snow and Stars” events can be found on the official event website.