A fan on Reddit shared his work, where he made impressive art of a loading screen inspired by the popular Rockstar Games title GTA 5 for Genshin Impact. Loading screens in GTA 5 were very iconic and bringing that style in Genshin Impact will surely make the game more immersive and engaging.
Loading time in Genshin Impact can be very long
Loading time in Genshin Impact can be very long depending on the servers you are playing on, loading times can be as long as 20-30 seconds, especially if entering the world of Teyvat. This makes this fan addition to the game even more amazing than it already is because this adds content to an area where it is really needed.
Creativity in the Genshin impact gaming community has always been one of the talking points and something which makes the game even more engaging while helping it to stay relevant way beyond its gaming age. Other console games like Minecraft, Skyrim, and even GTA 5 have an engaging fan base too which constantly keeps on adding valuable addition to the game to help it stay relevant.
Recently, Reddit user, u/JTayGang shared a post on the Genshin Reddit page showing an interesting video showing how the game would look if it had the same approach to loading screen design as the GTA franchise. The video seems to have introduced new cutscenes while being on the loading screen, featuring stills of famous in-game characters. Some of the characters in the video like Shikanoin Heizou can be seen playing soccer which gives more depth to their overall personality.
The video also shows the cutscenes featuring some of the known and remarkable landmarks of the game such as Liyue’s Huagang Stone Forest or Inazuma’s Tenshukaku. Fans active on the Reddit page were quick to appreciate the work and supported the concept of the game having such character-based loading pages.
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