The main event of Genshin Impact version 3.6 is “A Parade of Providence.” April 27th, 2023 marked the start of the event, which will remain through May 15th, 2023. Starting on April 27th, a new act of the event tale quest will become available every other day for a total of three acts. Starting on April 27th, a new gameplay phase will become available every other day for a total of 4 phases. They all have the same expiration date of May 15th.
There are several mini-games to play during the Parade of Providence event in the Genshin Impact version 3.6 update, each with its own special difficulties and rewards. By finishing all components of the event, players have the opportunity to receive a free Faruzan in addition to the potential to win Primogems and other resources. The event provides gamers with a pleasant and engaging experience over a number of days with various games unlocking over time.
Players can take part in the Project Connectivity minigame as part of the Parade of Providence event in Genshin Impact. After finishing the event’s main storyline and conversing with a quest NPC, this parkour challenge becomes available. Players must design a course with the available furniture and finish it to for points and awards. Strategic planning is essential for success because using fewer pieces of furniture will result in more scores and awards.
Play Project Connectivity
Upon starting the Project Connectivity minigame in Genshin Impact, players will see their character on various platforms and several checkpoints. The user interface for this challenge resembles decorating a Serenitea Pot but with pre-selected furnishings and a limit on how much can be used. To design a path to the checkpoints, players must use their imagination to find inventive ways to arrange the furniture. Players can jump, glide, and climb to the furniture but cannot switch characters or use Venti’s or Zhongli’s skills to make it simpler. It’s significant to remember that some furniture can be vertically oriented while others are anchored to the floor.
If a player in Project Connectivity fails to reach a checkpoint, they can reset and move furnishings at any moment. If they fall or are unable to reach any of the checkpoints, they must restart collecting all of them. Furthermore, there is no time limit.
Guide For Winning Project Connectivity with The Least Points
Players should think carefully about the advantages and disadvantages of each item in Project Connectivity. Smaller wooden and rock platforms are less expensive and can be strategically positioned to cover more ground. Jumping mushrooms cost extra points, but they make it easier for players to jump and glide to the next checkpoint. Players can also avoid going back to the beginning area and save points by gliding to the last checkpoint from a high location.
Project Connectivity: Part I
The following style is straightforward and efficient, despite the fact that there are numerous tactics and inventive ways to keep under 800 points in Project Connectivity. However, since the final point total is only 445, there is plenty of room for additional items if players find it difficult to reach checkpoints with this furniture layout.
Players should try to get to the east or north checkpoints first and save the west checkpoint for last, it’s important to note. This is so that players won’t be stuck in the west area after using the Jumping Mushroom and won’t be able to get back to the centre without adding more furniture.
Part I Rewards
Players can earn up to 30 Primogems, 100 Gala Excitement points, skill upgrading materials (Guide to Admonition), Mora, and other resources by finishing the first section of the Parade of Providence in Genshin Impact.
Construction Points consumed did not exceed 1600
- Primogems x40
- Mora x30,000
- Gala Excitement x50
- Guide to Admonition x4
Construction Points consumed did not exceed 1200
- Mora x30,000
- Gala Excitement x30
- Guide to Admonition x2
Construction Points consumed did not exceed 800
- Mora x30,000
- Gala Excitement x20
- Mystic Enhancement Ore x2
Project Connectivity: Part 2
Contrary to Part 1, Part 2 of the Antiquity Hunt event in Genshin Impact necessitates players’ arrival at 4 checkpoints and their possession of a variety of furniture selections. Once more, players can solve the problems in a variety of original ways. There is a simple fix, though, for those who want to score as low as possible. Players can glide directly to the first checkpoint on the right side from the central platform; no new furniture needs to be placed there. In addition, players can use the neighbouring four-leaf symbol to get to the top-right side checkpoint.
Players must make sure that they are vertically aligned with the four-leaf symbol in order to reach a high position. Players might need to jump first before interacting with the four-leaf symbol due to the distance between the first two platforms. They can use the home to get to the north checkpoint from here, and they can also use it to travel to the left side’s fourth checkpoint. The houses are lower vertically than the checkpoints, therefore players might have to glide from the top of the house to the top of the floating rock structure before climbing it.
Part 2 Rewards
The sole difference between the first and second parts of the event’s prizes is the kind of talent material that is made available. Up to 30 Primogems, 100 Gala Excitement points, and extra resources can be obtained by players.
Completing both parts of this Genshin Impact event will reward players with the following:
- Primogems x 60
- Gala Excitement x 200
- Mora x 180,000
- Guide to Admonition x 6
- Guide to Ingenuity x 6
- Mystic Enhancement Ore x 4
Project Connectivity also has a third challenge that is currently time-gated and will not be unlocked until May 2, 2023.
Genshin Impact is currently available on mobile, PC, PS4, and PS5. A Switch version is being developed on.