When releasing a product like Genshin Impact, will ByteDance’s games be as well received as miHoY’s? Insiders are still denying this news.
Nuverse, a company owned by Beijing-based tech company ByteDance, is planning to develop a 3D open-world game similar to Genshin Impact. Specifically, its Hangzhou-based Studio 101 is responsible for the new game and is currently recruiting staff for related positions.
Regarding the news, a Nuverse spokesperson confirmed: “The information given is not true and there are no plans to develop products similar to Genshin Impact.”
Less than a week after the release of Genshin Impact, the game’s developer miHoYo has already enjoyed huge sales. According to public data, miHoYo earned $60 million from this mobile game within a week, surpassing PUBG Mobile and second only to Honor of Kings, which grossed $64 million.
According to the latest data from SensorTower, Genshin Impact’s overseas sales increased by 51% month-on-month in January 2022 and earned more than other mobile games in overseas markets in January. this year.
Recently, it was reported that Lightspeed LA Studio, owned by Los Angeles-based Lightspeed & Quantum Studios, is developing a 3A open world game. The new level 3A game presents a brand new original IP and has high quality, high cost features also in the open world direction that allows the player to role play combat in the game.
miHoYo is actively responding to the actions of other parties regarding the release of the cloud version of Genshin Impact, which represents an attempt to dominate the ultralight cloud gaming ecosystem. Recently, miHoYo announced the official launch of the brand new HoYoverse brand, creating and bringing immersive virtual world experiences to players around the globe through various entertainment services.