Genshin Impact Fate Points Guide: How To Get

Genshin Impact Fate Points

Genshin Impact is a free, action role-playing game by miHoYo. The game has a lot of free content, but you will be soon want to spend money on the game on many things like accessories, characters, and more. This Genshin Impact guide will include all the details on Fate Points and how you can acquire them.

How to Get Fate Points in Genshin Impact

Fate Points is the currency in the game. This allows you to acquire a guaranteed 5-star pull from an Epitome Invocation Wish. However, you have to make use of the Epitomized Path mechanic to get it. You can select 5-Star wish of your preference. Acquiring Fate Points is not easy as it sounds. It might take you a lot of grind before you have the amount you need for the Wish pulls.

For every 5-Star Wish you pull that is not part of your Path, you will gain a Fate Point. These are not that much, and you can not rely on these a lot. In the end, it has an RNG element to it, and your luck will matter. You can either get some in the first pulls or might have to wait until multiple pulls. Make use of all the primogems you have on you. If you are low on them, you can complete the new World Event for Ayaka and acquire more. 

Genshin Impact Fate Points

For example, if you select the Mistsplitter and then get a 5 star that is not the Mistsplitter then you will get a Fate Point. Again, if you summon a weapon that is not then one that you selected, you will get another Fate Point. Now that you have two, the next 5-star weapon that you get is going to be the one that you selected. In this case, the Mistsplitter.

Basically what this means is that you will get the weapon that you want for sure on 240 wishes as pitty on the weapons banner is 80 wishes.

This is what you need to know about getting Fate Points in Genshin Impact. To learn more check out our guide on how you can get free primogems via the Heron’s Invitation event.

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