The Genshin Impact version 3.5 update is coming up soon, so now is the ideal moment to find out how many Primogems you may earn in the anime game when it launches. The Windblume festival in Mondstadt is approaching, however there won’t be a map extension like in version 3.4. For such significant Genshin Impact events, HoYoverse frequently gives out worthwhile awards, so this should be no exception.
Dehya, Cyno, Ayaka, and Shenhe will be on the next Genshin Impact banners, despite the fact that the update will focus on a Mondstadt event. So, if you’re looking to pull for any of those characters, these Primogem numbers will be of use to you.
The newcomer, Dehya, is definitely popular, but the community doesn’t seem to be happy with her kit, given that she plays the role of a tank in a game where damage-nullifying shields and strong healing already exist.
Unfortunately, tanks are somewhat unnecessary here, and Dehya’s other abilities don’t justify her weaknesses. It’s more likely that players will be pulling for Ayaka and Shenhe when Genshin Impact version 3.5 arrives.
The calculations below come from SoraHoshina — a HoYoLAB moderator, guide writer, and infographic designer. When providing these estimations, they take several Primogem sources into account, separating them into free-to-play and pay-to-play options.
Here’s how many Primogems you can get in Genshin Impact version 3.5: infographic listing primogem numbers in front of anime art
As you can see in the image above, free-to-play players should be able to earn about 8,160 Primogems, 10 Acquaint Fate, and 28 Intertwined Fate. Meanwhile, those who spend a bit can expect to earn about 11,940 Primogems, 10 Acquaint Fate, and 32 Intertwined Fate.
Genshin Impact version 3.4 is nearly over, so those who are still looking to pull for Hu Tao and Yelan are running out of time. HoYoverse seems to only make Hu Tao available once per year, so don’t miss out on her if you think you might regret it.