Genshin Impact 3.2 Patch: How Many Primogems in the patch?

By Tanisha Wankhade | Nov 25, 2022 | 2 Min Read follow icon Follow Us


With the official declaration of Genshin Impact Version 3.3’s latest characters, The Wanderer and Faruzan, many gamers are already attempting to protect enough Primogems to attempt and Wish on their forthcoming banners. Each patch, gamers can attain Primogems for these Wishes via a lot of procedures containing events, quests, Daily Commissions and a lot of other choices. Although there isn’t a sure path to know the precise amount of Primogems available in a patch, some Genshin Impact mathematicians have evaluated a rough estimate founded on past trends. Genshin Impact 3.2 Patch: How Many Primogems in the patch?

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Genshin Impact researcher Genshin Point has published a rough calculation of the total amount of Primogems that should be ready for both free-to-play and pay-to-play gamers. Travelers who play Genshin Impact without investing money can expect to obtain nearly 7,390 Primogems, 10 Acquaint Fates and 5 Intertwined Fates. Pay-to-play gamers should be obtaining approximately 11,820 Primogems, 10 Acquaint Fates and 9 Intertwined Fates. This all calculates to nearly 46 and 73 Wishes’ worth of Primogems for free-to-play and pay-to-play Travelers respectively.

The two biggest sources of Primogems for all kinds of gamers in Genshin Impact 3.2 are Daily Commissions and events, both of which provide nearly 2,000 Primogems via the full patch. Daily Commissions will provide 60 Primogems a day; nonetheless, if a gamer misses a day, there is no path to achieve them afterwards, meaning that gamers who expect the entire 2,100 Primogems from Commissions should log in and finish them every day. For Genshin Impact 3.2’s event rewards, nearly 2,200 Primogems should be up for grabs, as long as gamers totally finish each quest and objective attainable during the event time.

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