Genshin Impact 2.8 Live Stream Start Time, Free Primogems Codes, Leaks | Games | Entertainment

The Genshin Impact 2.8 live stream will be available soon, along with the special schedule for the next major update that will reveal a whole host of free Primogem codes and what to expect from the upcoming summer patch. The Genshin Impact 2.8 live stream takes place this week on Saturday, July 2 with a start time of 8:00 UTC-4. If you’re wondering what UTC-4 is in BST, then folks in the UK will be able to tune in to the Genshin Impact 2.8 live stream at 1pm UK time.

Here is the list of Genshin Impact 2.8 live stream start times for different regions…

Genshin Impact 2.8 Live Stream Start Times: 5:00 a.m. PT, 10:00 a.m., 1:00 p.m. BST, 2:00 p.m. CEST Saturday, July 2

If you want to tune in to the live stream, you’ll need to head to the Genshin Impact Twitch Channel.

A replay of the event will be available on Genshin Impact YouTube four hours after it first aired.

Announcing the broadcast, the official Genshin Impact Twitter posted, “Version 2.8 Special Program Preview.

“Dear travelers, the special program will be broadcast on the official Twitch channel on 02/07 at 08:00 (UTC-4)! >>>https://twitch.tv/genshinimpactofficial

“It has some juicy details about V2.8. It will also “remove” redemption codes and more!

“The special program will also be broadcast on the official YouTube channel on 02/07/2022 at 12:00 (UTC-4) >>>https://youtube.com/c/GenshinImpact

“Be sure to follow us, Travelers. We’ll see you there!”

The Genshin Impact 2.8 livestream takes place ahead of the 2.8 update release date, which is set to launch on July 13.

As for what might happen with Genshin Impact 2.8, leaks appear to have revealed one of the banner characters heading to Genshin Impact.

This character is Heizou, a four-star character from the Inazuma region.

Elsewhere, the main event for Genshin Impact 2.8 is believed to be a summer-themed event called A Summer Sea Sojourn.

One of the big draws of the event will be a free drop for Fischl, which can be obtained using the event currency.

It remains to be seen if Genshin 2.8 will also see the release of the long-awaited Switch version, or if that could launch later.

Christy J. Olson