Genshin Impact recently shared a new official artwork to celebrate Maslenitsa with the famous Executor, Tartaglia.
Genshin Impact recently released a new official artwork to celebrate the Eastern European Maslenitsa festival, featuring a popular character from the game’s Snezhnaya region. The hugely popular RPG from HoYoverse often showcases new and exclusive artwork to celebrate various holidays around the world. The developer’s previous artwork has celebrated festivals like Thailand’s Songkran festival and Chinese New Year, among others. Now, the latest artwork from HoYoverse honors a festival celebrated across Eastern European countries.
While not much has been revealed about Genshin Impact’s northernmost region of Snezhnaya, players have received a trailer for what to expect from this icy region. Snezhnaya is said to be inspired by the landscape of Russia and especially Siberia with its persistent blizzards and harsh conditions. The player encounters multiple characters from Snezhnaya with the game’s main antagonist, Fatui, from the region and a playable character from Snezhnaya. Now, Snezhnaya’s Tartaglia attracts attention in a new piece of art from Genshin Impact celebrating the Maslenitsa festival.
The latest update from Genshin Impact’s Russian-language Twitter account shares a special artwork by Tartaglia and his younger brother, Teucer, for the Maslenitsa, Winter Farewell Festival. The artwork depicts Tartaglia preparing crepes for her brother, along with other pastries inspired by the mechanical enemies in Genshin Impact. Maslenitsa, also known as Crepe week, is a week-long holiday celebrated in several Eastern European countries including Russia and Ukraine during the last week before Great Lent.
Genshin Impact’s celebratory art for Maslenitsa is also one of the first official depictions of a place in the Snezhnaya region. Although Snezhnaya has appeared a lot throughout Genshin Impact’s story, especially through Fatui, players will still have to wait a while before traveling to the frigid north of Teyvat. Snezhnaya was previously introduced as the last of the seven main regions that players will visit in Genshin Impact, with the arctic region likely not to launch until 2025. Other than Fatui, little is known. was revealed about Snezhnaya beyond its connection to Katheryne and the Adventurers’ Association.
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While the release of Snezhnaya looks like a few years away, players probably won’t have to wait long for the next area of Genshin Impact. The French-inspired Fontaine region, Water Country, is slated to launch sometime around 2023. Fontaine is said to be highly technologically advanced and has seen numerous references throughout the game, with an in-game Camera is believed to have originated from Fontaine. Genshin Impact’s Maslenitsa visuals both celebrate the holiday and get fans excited about the future of Genshin Impact.
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