Genshin Impact: How to Deal With the New Outside the Canvas, Inside the Lens Greenery Chapter Event

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Genshin Impact is the action RPG that started to delight many PlayStation, Android, iOS, and Windows users starting during the rough pandemic times when it was teeming with restrictions and lockdowns. The game was released back in September 2020, and it will also become available for Nintendo Switch soon enough.

The new Outside the Canvas, Inside the Lens: Greenery Chapter event started a few days ago, and it will last until December 5. Players will have the chance to help out Asagiri, an Inazuman illustrator, in his quest to make drawing light novel artwork.

However, unlocking the new event can be a lot harder than it might seem at first glance. That’s why Genshin Impact players need to follow these steps:

  • Obtain Adventure Rank 30 or beyond.
  • Finish the Ritou Escape Plan, which is a segment of the Eternal Euthymia and the Archon Quest Chapter II: Act I – The Immovable God
  • Complete the Snapshots World Quest (this will also allow you to get your hands on the Kamera Gadget)

There are two optional tasks that you can complete during somewhat the same main process. Therefore, you can choose to complete Tartaglia’s Story Quest Monoceros Caeli Chapter: Act I – Mighty Cyclops’ Adventure!, as well as Yoimiya’s Story Quest Carassius Auratus Chapter: Act I – Dreamlike Timelessness.

If you want to learn even more about Genshin Impact, you are free to check out a short description of the game via Epic Games:

Embark on a journey across Teyvat to find your lost sibling and seek answers from The Seven — the gods of each element. Explore this wondrous world, join forces with a diverse range of characters, and unravel the countless mysteries that Teyvat holds…

Genshin Impact is also a multiplayer game that offers an open-world environment.

Cristian Antonescu
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