Tis the season of giving, and in the spirit of giving Prime Gaming is giving Genshin Impact players some sweet, sweet loot for in-game use. Admittedly, you aren’t getting a whole lot here. But as the saying goes, never look a gift horse in the mouth. Plus, free in-game loot is free in-game loot.
If you’re not already a Prime Gaming member but you do have a subscription to Amazon Prime, then you’re entitled to anything Prime Gaming has to offer. Because it’s part of the Prime membership. For those that are already Prime Gaming members, here’s what you’re getting. 60 primogems, 8 Hero’s Wit, and a 5-stack of Northern Apple Stew.
It’s not much, but it’s honest work. And it’ll come in handy at some point. Especially if you’re a new player and don’t currently have a whole lot to begin with. With that said, claim your loot fast because it expires in 12 days. And if you miss it, there’s not going to be another chance to claim it. To claim your loot, simply go to the Prime Gaming page and click the claim button on the Genshin Impact banner. You’ll receive a code which you’ll need to enter within the game’s code redemption screen.
Genshin Impact players get more loot from Prime Gaming in the future
If you’re underwhelmed by the loot you get from Prime Gaming today, rest assured there’s more to come. Today’s drop is only 1 of 8 total drops to be had. With more coming in the future. It’s unclear what the loot will be in those future drops, but it’s a safe bet that all or most of them will include additional primogems. So over the course of 8 drops, if you get 60 primogems every time then you’re looking at 480 by the time the final drop hits.
The drops run from today until May 24 of 2023. Players can expect a new drop to show up every few weeks or so. With each one lasting for around 12 days before expiration. You also want to make sure to claim at least 4 of the 8 drops. Amazon says those that do will end up receiving an additional reward when the campaign ends.
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