“The Almighty Arataki Great and Glorious Drumalong Festival” Event Details

Genshin Impact is hosting the “The Almighty Arataki Great and Glorious Drumalong Festival” this week.

The event is set to begin on June 13, 2022 and will go on until July 4, 2022.

This musical event looks to be really fun and has some nice rewards at the end.

So let’s go over what it’s about and what it offers at the end.

Eligibility

There are some conditions players have to meet to become eligible for this event. They are as follows.

Firstly, you have to be of Adventure Rank 30 or above. 

After that, you need to have completed the “Ritou Escape Plan” part of the Archon Quest: “Chapter II Act I – The Immovable God and the Eternal Euthymia”.

Gameplay Overview

Performances

The Drumalong festival asks the players to play a rhythm game. 

There are seven pieces that you can play, with each new piece being unlocked each day after the event begins.

These songs will come with the Normal, Hard, and Pro difficulty settings. All of the difficulties for each song will be unlocked by default when the song unlocks. 

Completing a song on a higher difficulty will unlock all the rewards for the difficulties below it as well.

Editing

As players unlock songs, they will also unlock a Note Editor. You can use this to edit the placements of the notes on these songs to create entirely new pieces of music.

You can publish these musical scores for other players to challenge in the performance minigame. However, you need to reach Discantus when challenging your own music scores before publishing them.

Sadly, these music pieces will not be saved once the event is over.

Event Rewards

Completing various songs over the course of the event will yield various rewards. 

Some of what is up on offer includes varying amounts of Primogems, the gadget “Arataki’s Great and Glorious Drum”, Hero’s Wit, Enchantment Ore, Weapon Ascension Materials, and Mora.

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