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Celebrating Everything Genshin Impact at HoYo FEST in the Philippines

Photo by Nathan Reyes.

Without any question, Genshin Impact has to be one of the most-talked-about games for the past year. Aside from being a fun-to-play, open-world RPG, Genshin Impact catered to console gamers, PC gamers, and mobile gamers. Developer Mihoyo acknowledges the immense success of Genshin Impact globally, such that it has a Genshin Impact-themed HoYo FEST in select countries that includes the Philippines.

The Philippines’ version of HoYo FEST is made in collaboration with Moon Rabbit Cafe + Restaurant in San Juan, and the Genshin Impact collab is happening until December 14. Our friends from Unbox and UnGeek visited Moon Rabbit at the first day of the Genshin Impact festivities, and here’s what you can expect:

Photo by Nathan Reyes.

Specially-themed meals. With each set meal costing Php 450, customers can enjoy these specially-prepared meals that follow a Genshin Impact theme. Those who order these meals in-store or via take-out/delivery get to bring home Genshin Impact goodies.

The freebies you get when you order a set meal. Photo from Ungeek.

The freebies for every set menu order include coasters, stickers, and a postcard. In addition to that, takeout/delivery orders also get a special HoYo FEST box and paper cup.

 

Large standees galore. Scattered throughout Moon Rabbit are large standees of characters from Genshin Impact. Among those spotted by our friends include Eula, Lumine, Mona, Kaeya, and Lisa. These large standees are probably the closest thing you can get to having a photo op with your favorite Genshin characters.

Official merch! While they are only available for those who booked a reservation (reservations are now fully booked as of this writing), the lucky ones can buy official Genshin merch that ranges from keychains, metal charms, button pins, to acrylic standees.

Special HoYo FEST Goodies will be up for pre-order. Photo from Ungeek.

Those who weren’t able to book a reservation can pre-order HoYo FEST goodies like a Shikishi board and a Chibi Acrylic.

 

Interaction with the Genshin Impact community. Whether you are a casual gamer or an avid cosplayer, HoYo FEST is a fun way to physically interact with people from all walks of life that love playing Genshin Impact.

While reservations are fully booked, Moon Rabbit will be accepting walk-in customers as long as they follow proper health and safety protocols. The Genshin Impact of HoYo FEST will be until December 14.

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