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720p vs 1080p vs 1440p vs 4K vs 8K

Choosing a new display, but not sure which resolution you should pick? Is 4K or 8K worth it? What about 1440p? This guide will help you make the right pick.

By Rob Shafer


You should choose a monitor resolution according to your budget, computer configuration, and the desired frame rate.

By all means, don’t get a 720p monitor, as 1080p is the standard and quite affordable nowadays.

Go for 1440p or 4K only if you are sure that your PC will be able to handle it. 

The higher the resolution, the better, right? You get more pixels, which means a better image quality with more precise and vivid details, as well as extra screen real estate.

However, there are some advantages to a lower resolution display too. Since it’s less demanding to drive, you can achieve higher frame rates and, therefore, smoother performance.

For everyday use such as web surfing, working with spreadsheets, etc., this isn’t an issue. Even with a cheap ~$100 graphics card, you can smoothly get by for regular desktop use.

For gaming, on the other hand, there are many things to take into consideration. All of which we’ll cover in this article – but first, let’s deal with the basics.

What Is Screen Resolution?

An essential aspect of choosing a new monitor is the maximum supported resolution (native resolution). The resolution is basically the number of pixels in the width and the height.

A 1920×1080 resolution means that you have a width consisting of 1920 pixels, and a height of 1080 pixels, totaling 1920 * 1080 = 2073600 pixels.

The most popular widescreen resolutions are:

  • 1280×720 (HD, 720p)
  • 1920×1080 (FHD, Full HD, 1080p)
  • 2560×1440 (QHD, WQHD, Quad HD, 1440p)
  • 3840×2160 (UHD, Ultra HD, 4K, 2160p)
  • 7680×4320 (8K Ultra HD, 8K, 4320p)

Additionally, you may stumble upon ultra-wide resolutions which have a 21:9 aspect ratio as opposed to the standard 16:9 – such as 2560×1080 (UltraWide Full HD),  3440×1440 (UltraWide Quad HD), and 3840×1600 (UltraWide Quad HD+).

Sometimes, certain resolutions feature a 16:10 or 21:10 aspect ratio for extra vertical screen space, often beneficial for productivity. These are 1920×1200, 2560×1600, 3440×1600, and so on.

There are also 32:9 ‘super’ ultrawide monitors with screen resolutions of 5120×1440 and 3840×1080 or 3840×1200. These are basically as wide as two 16:9 monitors put side by side, but without the bezels in between them.

While there are 8K monitors and TVs already available now, you shouldn’t get one as they are costly, and there is no 8K content anyway.

Also, don’t get a 720p display, as 1080p is a vast improvement and the standard for new content; what’s more, it’s affordable.

Screen Size & Pixel Density

Another vital fact to take into account when looking for a new display is the relation between the screen size and the resolution, also referred to as the pixel density or pixels per inch.

For instance, the 1080p resolution won’t look the same on a 24-inch monitor and a 27-inch monitor. Because the screen is smaller, there will be more pixels per inch, and hence the picture will be more vibrant and clear.

Too low pixel density will make tiny items such as icons appear pixelated, while text will be smudgy. If the pixel density is too high, everything will appear small, but you will be able to scale the interface and get a more detailed picture.

Refer to the chart below to find the optimal viewing distance for certain screen size/resolution ratios at which individual pixels aren’t distinguishable from one another.

You can also use this PPI calculator.

Screen Resolution For Gaming

In video games, it’s not always all about the picture quality.

Many players willingly sacrifice image quality for better performance. This is particularly the case with competitive FPS games.

Certain gaming monitors offer a higher refresh rate than the standard, such as 144Hz, 240Hz, 360Hz, etc., which allows them to display the frame rates faster for a lot smoother gameplay.

The higher the framerate, the more demanding CPU/GPU requirements are at a given resolution. That’s why many gamers opt for 1080p 144Hz gaming monitors instead of 1440p 60Hz. Or, for that matter, a 1440p 144Hz display rather than 4K 60Hz.

In the end, it all comes down to your personal preference.

Would you like a better image quality? Go for the higher resolution display.

If you play fast-paced and competitive games, you’ll find that a higher refresh rate monitor will make your gaming experience more enjoyable rather than one with a higher resolution.

Finally, you have to make sure that your PC gear will meet the requirements of your desired resolution/frame rate for certain video games.

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This Mac display hack is a must for 1440p displays

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M1 Macs with 1440p monitors: How to enable HiDPI Retina scaling options.

By Jared Newman

Macworld NOV 23, 2021 3:00 am PST

Image: Jared Newman / IDG

On external monitors, 1440p resolution is supposed to represent the sweet spot, offering a sharper picture than HD without the high costs of 4K. Unfortunately, Apple doesn’t seem to agree.

On Macs with M1 processors, Apple reserves Retina or HiDPI display scaling options for monitors with at least 4K resolution. Unless you set the display to its native 1440p—which can look insufferably tiny on smaller external displays—text and icons come out blurry and fuzzy. Programs that used to fix the problem on Intel-based Macs no longer work on M1 machines, and users have been complaining about it for months to no avail.

Now, a third-party developer has come up with a workaround. It’s called BetterDummy, and it essentially tricks macOS into thinking you’ve plugged in a 5K monitor. Using Apple’s display mirroring features, you can then reflect the fake monitor’s contents onto your real 1440p panel and enjoy all the advanced scaling options that Apple itself won’t provide. (The app is free with optional donations.)

I’ve tested BetterDummy myself on a pair of external 1440p monitors and can confirm it works as advertised, but the setup isn’t exactly intuitive. If you’re living with tiny text or similarly grainy text and hazy icons on an M1-powered Mac with a QHD monitor, here’s how to make everything look sharp again.


Fixing 1440p on M1 Macs with BetterDummy

Download the latest version of BetterDummy from Github, extract the .zip file, and drop the BetterDummy.app file into your Applications folder. When asked if you’re sure about opening it, select Open.

Click the newly-created BetterDummy icon on the Mac menu bar, select Create New Dummy, then select the aspect ratio of your monitor from the list. This creates a new, high-resolution virtual monitor alongside your actual one.

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If you have multiple monitors that need fixing, click Create New Dummy again for each additional monitor you have. Confirm that the number of monitors in bold under Manage Dummies matches the number of monitors in your setup. If you don’t do this now you will need to repeat the entire setup process later.

Now that you’ve created your dummy monitors, it’s time for the act of trickery. Head to System Preferences > Displays, then select Display Settings.

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From here, select your actual display, meaning the one that does not say “Dummy” underneath. Under the Use as dropdown, select Mirror for Dummy.

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Be warned that this step may make everything look tiny on your monitor. Find the Scaled option in the Resolution list, then select the Larger Text icon at the far left side of the menu.

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At this point, text and images should be scaled up to a much larger size, while still preserving sharp text and crisp images. The last step is to fine-tune the scaling options so that everything looks just right.

Again, make sure you’ve selected your actual monitor from the Display Settings menu, then hold the Option key again and click Scaled.

You’ll now see a long list of resolutions to choose from. As a baseline, I suggest trying 1920 x 1080. If text and icons look too large at that setting, try 2048 x 1152 instead. If they look too small, consider 1760 x 990.

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To fix the resolution on additional monitors, repeat the Display Settings steps above for each screen, making sure to assign a separate Dummy monitor to each of your displays.

Additional options and caveats

While BetterDummy should come as a welcome relief for 1440p monitors, it’s still a work in progress and has some issues to be aware of.

Some users, for instance, have reported problems with putting their MacBooks to sleep via a hot corner or by hitting Shift-Control-Esc, as the virtual screens will simply freeze in place instead of turning off. If this happens, head to the BetterDummy menu bar icon and select Settings > Disconnect and Reconnect on Sleep, but be warned that you may still run into sleep issues on rare occasions.

BetterDummy can also stop working when you unplug a monitor, plug in a new one, or connect an iPad to use with Sidecar. If this happens, click the BetterDummy menu bar icon, then disconnect and reconnect your Dummies under the Manage Dummies menu.

Finally, keep in mind that the option to automatically run BetterDummy at startup is off default. You can change this via the menu bar under Settings > Start at Login, but you’ll still have to enter your device password and wait a few moments before BetterDummy’s mirroring trickery kicks in.

Author: Jared Newman

Jared Newman has been helping folks make sense of technology for over a decade, writing for PCWorld, TechHive, and elsewhere. He also publishes two newsletters, Advisorator for straightforward tech advice and Cord Cutter Weekly for saving money on TV service.

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1080p, 1440p or 4K – what resolution should I choose? — i2HARD

First of all, we will look at the options for monitors that can be purchased on the market today, and what are the differences in the price structure of each line. For example, how much more does a 4K monitor cost compared to a 1440p monitor, and what sacrifices are you making in doing so? What are the GPU performance hurdles when upgrading an existing one or moving to a higher resolution? We test a lot of monitors every year, but for some reason we never talked about it, so let’s try.


  • When to buy a 1080p monitor?
  • When to buy a 1440p monitor?
  • Cost:
  • When to buy a 4K monitor?
  • When to buy an Ultrawide monitor?

When to buy a 1080p monitor?

We’ll start by talking about 1080p because whenever we review these monitors, we often see comments asking why even buy a 1080p monitor these days. I think that there are still a couple of reasons why such a purchase would still be justified.

First of all, the price. These are the most affordable monitors out there, and if you don’t have a lot of money, then 1080p might be your only choice. It’s not uncommon to see some great 1080p monitors on sale for under $200, such as the AOC 24G2. So even if you only have $200, you can still buy a decent 1080p 144Hz gaming monitor. While 1440p prices start at around $250, at that price you won’t get anything other than higher resolution, which you can’t say about modern 1080p IPS panels for the same money.

For many buyers, paying an extra $50-$100 for a higher resolution monitor is not easy, especially when that money can be spent on a GPU upgrade, for example. And since the vast majority of modern GPUs support 1080p gaming at decent frame rates, choosing a 1080p monitor will ensure your PC runs any game without any hiccups or dances. Especially with a diagonal of up to 24 “- the pixel size will be acceptable. I think this is the best option for buyers with an average income.

Another good reason to opt for 1080p is for players who are primarily into competitive esports gaming. Most esports players, like the organizers of modern professional large-scale tournaments, prefer 1080p monitors. The reason for this is that 1080p monitors have a higher refresh rate than any other monitor format, and the demands of games at this resolution are low, allowing ultra-high frame rates to be achieved. The combination of a high refresh rate with a high frame rate significantly reduces latency compared to other configurations, which is extremely important for serious gamers as it gives them an advantage in the competition.

For beginner esports players, the market offers affordable 1080p monitors at 240Hz. Models like the LG 27GN750 and ASUS VG259QM, priced under $300, are great choices to start playing sports games with high refresh rates, not on an outdated TN panel, but with superb IPS image quality.

A monitor with the same refresh rate but 1440p resolution will cost at least twice as much, making these monitors out of reach for many gamers. If I were to choose between 1080p/240Hz and 1440p/144Hz at the same price – which is the case now – then for competitive gaming, I would prefer the faster 1080p.

1080p will also be of interest to eSports professionals, offering options with 360Hz refresh rates or advanced TN panels that provide the sharpest picture possible thanks to backlight strobe, such as the BenQ XL2546K. Those specs haven’t made it to 1440p monitors yet, so if that’s what you’re after, 1080p has no alternatives.

There are several other less significant points. 24-inch monitors usually only come in 1080p, so if you need something small for your desktop, 1080p is a great choice. I also think a 1080p monitor would work well as a secondary display for low-end builds, even if the main display is 1440p.

When to buy a 1440p monitor?

As we’ve said many times in our reviews, 1440p is the “tidbit” for gamers these days. The main reason for this lies in the pricing of modern monitors. Let’s take a typical monitor with an average refresh rate, something around 144 Hz, and a diagonal of 27 inches. A 1080p monitor costs between $200 and $250. A decent but still budget 1440p monitor like the Gigabyte M27Q costs between $300 and $350. Then, to jump to 4K 144Hz, it is suggested to purchase a product like the Gigabyte M28U, which is already $600 and up.

In other words, the difference in price between 1080p and 1440p is about one and a half times with identical other characteristics and quality, while a similar step from 1440p to 4K doubles the cost.

Many people (myself included) feel that the transition from 1440p to 4K is not as noticeable and significant in games at this screen size as the transition from 1080p to 1440p. Therefore, such an upgrade, costing a price increase of only 50%, can be called excellent value for money.

  • 1080p 144Hz – $200-$250
  • 1440p 144Hz – $300-$350
  • 2160p 144Hz – $600-$650

9000 2 Let’s say you have $350 for a monitor. You can choose from the 1080p 240Hz we talked about earlier, 1440p 170Hz, or 4K 60Hz. If you’re not into competitive gaming, a 1440p 170Hz monitor will be the most balanced, delivering both a decent resolution to keep games looking nice and crisp, and a decent refresh rate for a smooth gaming experience.

  • 1080p 240Hz – $350
  • 1440p 170Hz – $350
  • 2160p – $350

does not have a good refresh rate, and 1080p monitors lack resolution, especially if you play modern gaming AAA blockbusters. The 1440p monitor is the golden mean, optimally meeting all needs.

1440p monitors are also better value per pixel, with 78% more pixels than 1080p, but only 50% more price. Other than that, there are other factors in favor of 1440p.

1440p monitors fill the majority of the market today, so it’s much easier to choose the model that meets all your requirements among them. Prices range from $250 to $900, depending on sensor technology, refresh rate, diagonal and quality. This allows you to choose the best option according to some specific criteria, for example, you want a monitor with a VA matrix and its deep blacks, or you need a KVM switch, which is not very common on 1080p monitors (at least, the same level quality).

Often overlooked in discussions between 1080p and 1440p is the quality of the panels themselves. Although the response times of panels with the same technology at different resolutions are generally the same (for example, when comparing 1080p IPS and 1440p IPS), 1440p monitors usually have an advantage in color gamut. I have yet to see a 1080p gaming monitor with 80% Rec.2020 coverage that delivers excellent performance in DCI-P3 and Adobe RGB color spaces. While this is not uncommon among 1440p monitors, it adds versatility to a gaming monitor depending on the task at hand. However, characteristics such as brightness, contrast, and viewing angle do not differ significantly and often vary from monitor to monitor.

Also note that 1440p monitors feel more confident in a wider range of diagonals. So, 32-inch 1080p panels look like a low resolution, pixels become visible to the eye. Things are different with 1440p, and again, there is a wider range of better quality 32-inch products than in other resolution classes. This reinforces the correctness of choosing 1440p as the most versatile choice in 2022 for any kind of gamer.

We are also seeing the emergence of 1440p displays with high refresh rates – up to 240 and even 270 Hz – for competitive gaming. Although these monitors cost a lot more, they are just as versatile and I would prefer them if I want to play both competitive and AAA games.

High resolution, at the expense of some FPS stuttering, ensures sharp images when playing games like Guardians of the Galaxy and Cyberpunk 2077, but if you want to play Fortnite or Rocket League, a high refresh rate is a priority, providing a smoother work and reducing delays.

I think 1440p 240Hz monitors are very promising, perhaps even the most promising monitors available today, because their resolution and refresh rate allow them to last 5 years or more without an upgrade. While buying 1080p 240Hz, or even 4K 144Hz, you may want to consider upgrading sooner – you’ll want to up the resolution in the former case, the refresh rate in the latter. Only 1440p offers both.

If you think 1440p is right for you, the main thing to look at is your computer’s performance. According to our latest tests of modern titles, going from 1080p to 1440p is accompanied by a performance drop of 25-35% depending on the installed graphics card. The load on VRAM also increases, especially on cards with 4 and 6 GB of memory.

If you think 1440p is right for you, the main thing to look at is your computer’s performance. According to our latest tests of modern titles, going from 1080p to 1440p is accompanied by a performance drop of 25-35% depending on the installed graphics card. The load on VRAM also increases, especially on cards with 4 and 6 GB of memory.

Just so you know, with a GPU like the RTX 2070, instead of 110 FPS at 1080p, you’ll get around 80 FPS at 1440p. It’s the same with more powerful cards like RX 6700 XT: instead of ~160 FPS – 115 FPS. Only mid-range or lower cards may have problems, since most GPUs, including the RTX 2060, can handle 1440p just fine even at maximum quality settings.

On the other hand, 1440p isn’t ideal for console gaming. While the Xbox Series X supports 1440p output and games at that resolution, the PlayStation 5 and older Sony consoles do not. Some 1440p monitors offer the ability to connect and convert a 4K signal, but this adaptation is often limited to 60 Hz, and the resulting quality may vary between models. This should be taken into account if you plan to play on both PC and console.

When to buy a 4K monitor?

Given the number of releases in this category over the last year or so, I think it makes sense in some cases to look into 4K gaming monitors. High-quality 4K monitors with high refresh rates can be purchased today for a very reasonable $650.

4K games are aimed at non-poor buyers. If you’re on a tight budget, if you’re trying to save as much as possible, or if your hardware is generally average, then 4K isn’t for you. It does provide better image quality than 1440p, but the inflated price of 4K monitors hardly justifies the difference. As a rule, with similar characteristics, a 4K monitor costs as much as two 1440p monitors, or even more.

But if it’s important to you to have maximum resolution for gaming at a decent refresh rate, 4K is for you. Also, if you have a powerful graphics card, you should also consider buying a 4K monitor. While the RTX 3080 Ti or RX 6900 XT typically deliver over 150 FPS at 1440p, they are capable of reaching 100 FPS or more in many of today’s games at 4K. In the most demanding games like Cyberpunk 2077 and Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, they will also deliver decent 60+ FPS. If picture quality is more important to you than pure FPS performance, and you play a lot of single player games on a powerful GPU, then going to 4K definitely has its benefits, and in most cases the game will be very smooth.

Of course, you have to sacrifice performance, and the price is higher than when you go from 1080p to 1440p. Going from 1440p to 4K typically reduces performance by 40-45%, and cards with less than 8GB of VRAM may experience problems. Compared to 1080p, the performance drop in 4K is 60% or more. To some extent, technologies like DLSS and FSR help offset the loss in performance, but the upgrade to 4K is definitely the most expensive and demanding, and the image quality benefits are not as pronounced compared to other formats. This is why we only recommend 4K for professional gamers with GPUs like RTX 3070 or better.

The added benefit of buying a 4K monitor is its versatility. 4K monitors are generally great for work: text is very crisp, plenty of screen real estate for your applications, and most 4K monitors have great support for different color gamuts for all sorts of creativity. It’s also the ideal resolution for watching modern content, as many TV shows and movies come out in 4K. If you use your PC not only for gaming, but for all sorts of other tasks, then 4K monitors are a worthwhile upgrade worth the money. But for a purely gaming computer, it makes no sense to overpay.

The greatest benefit from 4K is achieved with a diagonal increase – from 32 inches and above. A 42-inch monitor at 1440p will look so-so, while 4K is quite usable at this screen size and even more. But unfortunately, 32-inch 4K gaming monitors are one of the most expensive categories you can find today, and some of the larger screen sizes aren’t top quality.

Among other things, 4K monitors are ideal for console gaming. Both the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 can output 4K at up to 120Hz, and to take full advantage of that, you’ll need a 4K gaming monitor. These monitors are best suited for console gaming with and without a PC, as well as for the future – if you want to add additional devices in the future. Just make sure you get a full HDMI 2.1 monitor, which isn’t every high end 4K monitor on the market.

  • 2160p 144Hz – $650-$750
  • 1440p 240Hz – $650-$750
  • 1080p 360Hz – $650-$750

When it comes to comparing 4K to other formats, 4K is usually just as fast and has just as good color performance. , as well as 1440p monitors, if not better, but it depends on the specific model. Modern 32-inch (for example) 4K monitors are not as fast as similar 1440p monitors with the same refresh rate, so this should also be kept in mind. And features like backlight strobe may be less advanced than on lower resolution monitors.

Another important question – what are the alternatives to 4K monitors on the market for the same price? Based on a $700 price tag for a decent 144Hz 4K monitor, you can also get 1440p 240Hz monitors for the same price. This option provides the added versatility of a high refresh rate for competitive gaming, while 4K is better suited to high-end hardware and consoles. So you have to choose what is more important to you. Both options look very promising and designed for many years of use, just each of them is optimized for its intended purpose.

When to buy an Ultrawide monitor?

Like 1440p monitors, Ultrawids are available in a wide variety of options, ranging from $350-$400 budget monitors to $1,000+ flagships. At the same time, this is a completely different format, and not everyone understands the merits of its extra width. Personally, I appreciate the width for work and find the game on this format more exciting, but this is more my personal preference than a question of whether it is better or worse than the traditional 16:9 screen.

But let’s say you’re interested in an ultra-wide monitor. Which one to choose then?

There are decent options in the $400 to $500 range, but they are noticeably more expensive than 1440p 16:9 monitors. If you want a 3440×1440 curved VA, you’ll spend at least $400, a 60% increase over a $250 1440p monitor with the same specs. An IPS-based analog will cost you about $500, compared to $300 for a standard 16:9. And that’s typical of all ultrawide monitors: they’re priced about 60% more than a similar 16:9 display – just for the extra width.

Ultra-wide monitors typically allow for split screen when two applications run side by side, as in multi-monitor use. With a 21:9 split screen, you won’t get as much real estate as with two 16:9 monitors, but one ultrawide monitor will cost less than two standard monitors, so this factor may be decisive in favor of choosing one, but ultrawide monitor.

However, there are some limitations that you should be aware of. With the exception of super-premium and fancy monitors like the Samsung Odyssey G9, most ultra-wide monitors don’t have the high performance you can get from a 16:9 monitor. For example, there are currently many monitors with 1440p 240Hz resolution, but none of them provide such a refresh rate at an ultrawide resolution of 3440×1440. The same is true in the case of 4K class ultrawides: worthy options with a refresh rate of 144 Hz are just beginning to appear in standard 4K screens, but serious implementations of this frequency have not yet been noticed in 5120×2160 screens at all.

In terms of performance, ultrawide formats are more resource intensive than their 16:9 aspect ratio counterparts. Since most browsers don’t test all ultrawide resolutions, a good guideline is that 3440×1440 is right in the middle between 1440p and 4K in terms of performance, while 2560×1080 is between 1080p and 1440p. So if you’re going to go ultrawide, expect ~20-30% performance degradation compared to non-ultrawide resolution.

Fortunately, there is no shortage of monitors these days and there is something for everyone. It is also important to pay attention to the number of different formats that fall within your budget – there may be more options than you think, especially in the $400 to $700 range. You may be able to find a higher resolution or higher refresh rate than you intended, which may have benefits.


You can download Genshin Impact APK on our website as soon as it becomes available. Or, if you prefer, you have the option to play Genshin Impact on PC, PS4, or iOS. We encourage you to review the requirements, platforms, and release dates. We also recommend that you research with our Interactive Map Genshin Impact or with it Official Interactive Map Mihoyo de genshin impact .

On our website you will find very interesting articles such as interactive map where to mark all your discoveries, or our tiered list of Genshin Impact .

World of Genshin Impact

World of Genshin Impact is a fandom site dedicated exclusively to the new miHoYo video game, Genshin Impact . We will deal with all relevant topics of the game in Spanish. Explore characters, elements, cards, combos, bosses. Genshin Impact An anime style open world RPG.

Genshin Impact Characters

You will start with four characters: Traveler, Lisa, Keiya and Ember, but thanks to the wish system you can easily get Noel and many more.

Gameplay of Genshin Impact

Fight in Genshin Impact

Genshin Impact is an action role playing game with dynamic real-time fighting style like “ Hit and slash ” In which we control a character who will meet others as we progress stories We will dial up to 30 character who will join us to help us achieve our goals.

Each of these characters will have their own abilities. From these 30 characters, you can form groups of four, which you can change at any time. During the battle, you will use only one character from Group of four that you have chosen, but at any time you can replace him with another and use his abilities. With which you can create combos with different characters (from a group of four).

Elements of Genshin Impact

En Genshin Impact has seven elements: Fire, Wind, Lightning, Water, Ice, Rock and Nature. . Not only do these elements affect the story, but each of the 30 characters is a specialist in one of these elements and will be able to combine their attacks with them, dealing damage of that type and creating various altered states associated with the element. If you attack with water, you will wet the enemy and this will give him some properties that we can use to our advantage.

Some enemies will be more resistant to some elements than others. This is something very interesting that, together with the system of combining elements and characters, will cause devastating effects. For example, imagine that in your group of four, you first attack with water, and not only deal damage, but also wet the enemy. You then switch to another character and perform a lightning-elemental attack on the previously wet enemy. With this element combination you will deal extra damage.

Genshin Impact Guides and Missions

What will we do while playing Genshin Impact? Let’s do main missions of stories. Obviously, we will have a few side missions, as well as daily missions for a limited time. These missions are either you complete during the day, or they can no longer be completed. We can also send one of our characters to do expedition and look for material. We will also spend time looking for various objects on the map. We have compiled guides for most of the missions and puzzles:

Farming in Genshin Impact

In addition to character and mission guides, knowing farming routes is also very important. This will help you quickly level up your characters.

Genshin Impact elements and environment combination

Genshin Impact elements they also interact with environment . For example, if you have an enemy in the water and you launch a lightning attack, it will deal more damage. If you have an enemy on top of the grass and you shoot fire at him, the grass he is on will catch fire. However, if you land this fire attack on an enemy that is on a rock, you will deal no additional damage. Understand at Genshin Impact combination of elements , environment and characters are necessary to achieve the best results in battles.

Monetization of Genshin Impact

The game will be “Play for free” , that is, for free. You won’t have to pay to download it, but they will include some kind of monetization system optional, with which you can pay real money to improve your characters. Genshin Impact 9 coin types0137

You can imagine that the monetization system will be basically “ Gacha Through “Lootboxes”. These loot boxes They will affect not only the aesthetic content, but also the improvement of our characters.

For those of you who don’t know, “Loot Crates” are random crates that can be purchased with in-game coins. After purchasing the box, they will play a series of random cards that can be swords and gadgets that improve your characters (or even unlock any of the 30 main ones). Banner Guide and wishes Genshin Impact

Get money in Genshin Impact

This game will have special money which we can achieve by completing missions. With this money you can buy “surprise boxes”. We advise you to look at our section: Genshin Impact protogems and destiny .

Another option to pay real money to buy artificial money, get “loot boxes” and thus improve our characters. At first it seems that collecting all the characters is not so difficult, but improving them all is a task. For example: To unlock some character passive abilities, you will need that character’s card multiple times. When you have several of them, you can exchange them to improve some of their skills. All this will obviously require many hours of farming. Battle Pass Guide .

Genshin Impact characters

Genshin Impact characters They are very different, about 30 are playable. You can wear 4 pieces at a time. Each of them has its own element and its own abilities. His combos and elemental abilities are pretty straightforward on an individual basis. They mainly have physical attacks (each character has their own) and also have a charge attack (pressed button). You also have “highest” skill (this is a very powerful ultimate ability, cooldown length).

Genshin Impact Characters will passive skills that empower them. These skills will be unlocked as you level up. They also have passive abilities that empower your entire party of characters.

Playing with one character can be quite boring, as they have few skills. The strength of the game is not to use one character and ignore others, but to constantly combine them to create different elemental attacks and combos .

You can have multiple commands of 4 for different situations, as you can change your settings at any time (not in combat).

The story of Genshin Impact

Our protagonist from Genshin Impact, which as far as we know we can’t customize, it’s predetermined and we can just choose if we want a boy or a girl, Aether or Lumin.

At the beginning of the story, two brothers fight against a very powerful being. One of these brothers is trapped and separated from the other by some strange and powerful magic. The other brother falls asleep.

If you chose a boy, he will be the one who will fall into a deep sleep. Years later, your chosen brother/sister wakes up in a completely different and changed world than the one they knew and his mission is to find another/other. This world in which you wake up has its own history.

Countless years ago seven elemental archons They transferred their powers to mortals and created very prosperous lands and civilizations. However, 500 years ago, one of these civilizations fell, devastating the land.

We are now already in a situation where there is enough peace, but the world is not without danger. Your main character will go in search of the seven elemental archons in order to find his brother .

In our section Genshin Impact Spanish Manga you can read the whole story of Mondstadt, Liyu, the Archons and more. An RPG with a good base story can turn into the most enjoyable adventure.

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El open world de Genshin Impact This is the aspect that grabs my attention the most, as it is not only beautiful but also very large. Basically we can move with full freedom through it and advance through seven different regions. Each of them has its own city and capital. We will start with the first region, then move on to the second, then the third, etc. You can see the Genshin Impact map in our section Genshin Impact map

All regions are open world and all are connected . Each of the regions is represented by an element or there is the dominant element . The aesthetics of the new regions will be very different from the previous ones, both in their natural surroundings and in the architecture of their buildings. The city in each area will be very large and there will be a lot to explore.

One of the most interesting things about this game is freedom of movement. be able to float on water move from place to place, manually climb a mountain or jump off a cliff in a glider. The game has a very important vertical and horizontal components.

All about the regions you can find in our section Genshin Impact Mondstadt y Genshin Impact Liyue

Boss and enemies in Genshin Impact

What concerns the enemies: we will have tiny monsters that appear en masse accompanied by stronger ones, until finally 9 final bosses0136 dungeon or bosses on an open map. Both bosses and mini-bosses in the game attract a lot of attention, as there will be quite a lot of them puzzle . They are not only there to fight, you will need to think about how you will play against them and how you will take advantage of their weaknesses. You have to fight in a certain sequence, all this makes the bosses very good. Genshin Impact Bosses

Genshin Impact Multiplayer

Although it has all the stats for Massive Multiplayer Online ( MMORPG ), it is not. In other words, we won’t find other players running around the cities.

Pesar de Todo Genshin Impact yes, it has an online mode to invite other players. You can invite up to three players, of which there are only four players. We can invite them to help us in our missions or cooperate with to receive rewards. Genshin Impact Multiplayer Manual

If there are four players: each will have a character playing all four characters at the same time. You will have four characters on the screen. If we are two players: each of them controls two different characters. Basically four characters are separated. Comment in this section that there will be no pvp in the game.

Platforms for Genshin Impact

Games will be released in 2020 for playstation 4, pc, switch and Android and iOS mobile platforms (great resource optimization task).