Genshin Impact Content Creators (CCs) receive a gift from Mimo as a token of appreciation for their content creation. A while ago, many Genshin Impact The CCs were surprised by an email from Mimo, saying that they are lucky to get free goods for their contribution to the community. Initially, most thought the post was suspicious, but it was quickly confirmed as official by miHoYo staff.
Mimo is the mascot of HoYoLAB, the official forum for miHoYo games that covers titles like Genshin Impact, Honkai Impact 3rd, Tears of Themis, and development Honkai: Stellar Rail. There, fans have the chance to interact with other players or simply share their daily experience. The HoYoLAB is also filled with tools that gamers can use to help them with their game time.
As Mimo is the mascot of the forum, the gift is also sent to content creators of other games, so it’s not exclusive for Genshin Impact DC only. Unfortunately, the distribution of this giveaway appears to be based on luck, as many people reported not having received their Mimo email despite being an active and recognized CC (HoYoLAB offers Content Creator Verification for those who regularly create relevant content).
Those who beat the RNG, however, will soon find their Mimo’s Gift on their doorstep. Upon opening the box, the first thing people will see will be a thank you letter, with a signature from the CEO of miHoYo Da Wei under.
Because the gift is sent in a box, many choose to call it the “Mimo Box”. The gift has two layers, where the bottom compartment can be removed to reveal more merchandise. Meanwhile, the upper part consists of six small boxes – divided into three games; Genshin Impact, Honkai Impact 3rdand Tears of Themis. Each of these elements is completely random, but the Tears of Themis the merchandise always seems to come in one character.
Gifts vary from keychains, acrylic displays, pins, badges, etc. One thing each box has in common, however, is N0va Desktop’s Lumi Postcard, which sits in the bottom compartment.
Of course, everyone is delighted with the gift of their Mimo. Many expressed their gratitude for being appreciated by the company, and the thrills only grew when they learned that the show could be shared publicly. It’s always nice to see a developer who cares about their content creators. While Genshin Impact still has a long way to go, this gesture surely brings faith that miHoYo is heading in the right direction.
Genshin Impact is now available on Mobile, PC, PS4 and PS5. A Switch version is in development.
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