The world of Genshin Impact is divided into seven nations, each corresponding to one of the seven playable elements. Every major, numbered version update, a new nation is released as an expansion to the world map. In the Nation of Thunder and Eternity, Inazuma was released all the way back in version 2.0. This new nation was filled with difficult enemies, a hostile environment, and confusing puzzles. Most players either give up when they face a puzzle they are struggling to solve or look up a guide online. One such player asked for help from a relatively new technology known as ChatGPT.
ChatGPT was able to successfully solve the Genshin Impact puzzle
Reddit user u/zeoz_ from the r/Genshin_Impact subreddit converted a hit-the-blocks puzzle into a word problem and fed it into chatGPT. The AI language model replied with a few steps to follow, which resulted in the user being able to solve the puzzle.
It is truly magnificent that an AI language model can solve a puzzle without actually understanding what the puzzle is. Yes, chatGPT does not actually understand the puzzle. Several users in the comments pointed out that AI has its limitations. Asking chatGPT for help in puzzle solving might be helpful sometimes, but do not always rely on it to provide the correct answer.
Some players in the comments jokingly said they were brute-forcing these puzzles using Yae Miko or Fischl. This is because both of these characters can deploy a turret that fires Electro attacks on nearby opponents. They can also target the puzzle blocks and turn them. Since auto-targeting is random, sometimes it results in the puzzle being solved without any additional user input.
Yae Miko is one of the characters that are rumored to have a rerun in version 3.7. She is one of the characters that became stronger due to Dendro becoming a playable element, so there is no better time to pull for her than now.
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