Genshin Impact 4.2 Livestream Date and Time (Countdown)

Genshin Impact 4.1 ends in about two weeks and there’s a lot to be excited about about the upcoming version 4.2. Genshin Impact 4.2 brings us new Lore Bombs, some of the most anticipated characters, a new Fontaine card expansion, and plenty of primogems to use on your favorite characters. The Genshin Impact 4.2 livestream date has finally been revealed, so let’s take a look at when it’s scheduled and what we can expect.

Genshin Impact 4.2 Livestream date and time

The Genshin Impact 4.2 Livestream is scheduled for October 27 at 8:00 AM (UTC-4). The content is first streamed on The official Twitch channel of Genshin Impact. The program will then be broadcast on Genshin’s official YouTube channel on the same day, an hour later at 9:00 AM (UTC-4).

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Genshin Impact 4.2 Live Stream Start Time

This is when the Genshin Impact 4.2 Livestream starts, depending on where you live.

Region Live stream start time
India 5:30 PM IST
Japan 21:00 JST
California, USA 05:00 PDT
Beijing, China 8:00 PM CST
Toronto Canada 8:00 AM EDT
Rome, Italy 2:00 PM CEST
Melbourne, Australia 10pm AEST
Auckland, New Zealand 12:00 (NZST)

For those waiting patiently, here’s a countdown timer to show how many days and hours are left for the livestream.

Genshin Impact 4.2 Livestream Countdown

We have briefly written down what you can expect from it Genshin Impact 4.2about the new characters Furina and Baizhu, and all the banners. In addition, we also have the Genshin Impact 4.2 primogems count. While Genshin Impact 4.2 may not be as big as 4.1, it will contain a lot of information about Fontaine and the Archon, Furina.

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Are you excited about Genshin Impact 4.2? Are there any theories about how it will go? Show us your excitement in the comments below.

Abubakar Mohammed

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Abubakar covers Tech on Beebom. He has a computer science background and the beginnings of his love for technology date back to 2011, when he was gifted a Dell Inspiron 5100. When he’s not reporting on technology, you can find him binge-watching anime and tech content on YouTube, looking for heads in competitive FPS games, or exploring Teyvat in Genshin Impact. He has previously worked for leading publications such as Fossbytes, How-To Geek and Android Police.

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