Genshin Impact version 4.1 is set to release towards the end of September, and according to recent leaks, it will introduce an exciting new section of the map in Fontaine. This expansion follows the trend of previous updates like Inazuma and Sumeru, which saw the addition of new regions to the game. While Fontaine’s above-ground map is currently quite small, this upcoming update appears to be expanding both the land and underwater areas.
New Additions in Fontaine
In the previous version 4.0 of Genshin Impact, the Hydro nation was introduced to the north of Sumeru. In version 4.1, it seems that the map will continue to grow northward. The overall shape of the Teyvat map has become somewhat irregular, with Fontaine positioned in the northwestern corner and connected to Sumeru through ports and narrow waterways.
If the leaked map is accurate, we can expect the addition of two more Statues of the Seven above the Court of Fontaine, as well as approximately 15 teleport waypoints scattered throughout the area. Notably, some of these waypoints appear to be underwater, indicating that both the land and underwater sections of Fontaine’s map will expand.
The leaked image, shared by well-known leaker ‘blednaya,’ can be viewed in this Reddit thread. While the location names on the map are in Russian, the layout of the upcoming expansion is still clearly visible.
Interestingly, the northern part of Fontaine seems to lack a fully completed rail line. The existing line appears to be partially finished or broken, adding an element of intrigue to the new update.
Prepare for Version 4.1
There is still slightly over two weeks remaining until the release of Genshin Impact version 4.1, giving players ample time to try their luck at acquiring top-tier characters like Zhongli, Childe, and the newcomer, Freminet.
If you’re unsure about which characters to aim for in your team, be sure to check out our Genshin Impact tier list. Additionally, don’t forget to take advantage of the available Genshin Impact codes to claim some free Primogems.
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