Players of the free miHoYo title, Genshin Impact, have discovered an exploit that could be an involuntary benefit from the newly introduced Hypostatic Symphony event thanks to the design of the meetings with the boss. [Thanks, GameRant!]
In the new event, players encounter variations of the enemy of Hypostasis in the game. One such variation is the Violet Lightning Concerto, which counteracts electrical damage with AOE electrical damage and can be faced in both single player and cooperative mode. At the beginning of this battle, the heroes of the players automatically have their healthy tapes and measuring devices Elemental Burst, filled to the max. This bonus also applies to other Hypostatic Symphony challenges. Although this effect can help players against monsters of events, nothing prevents them from simply exiting the match via the pause menu.
With a quick and easy method to reload these resources, players should be able to perform other tasks in the game more efficiently. It is unclear whether the developers will do anything to mitigate these benefits of exploitation beyond event-specific battles, but even if they do, the Hypostatic Symphony event will still end on January 31
Prizes for the ongoing Hypostatic Symphony include a card called Hypostasis and Primogems.
Impact of Genshin is available for PlayStation 4, PC, Stadia and mobile devices. A version for the Nintendo Switch is currently being developed. A recent update to the game added a new plot, along with a new banner featuring Ganyu and Xiangling.