Genshin Impact player choreographies dance to Zhongli’s theme

A passionate Genshin Impact fan expressed his love for a certain handsome Geo character through a dance performance. Sharing this on the Genshin Impact Reddit, they were greeted with a wave of love from other players. We reached out to the dancer herself, user Baguette1006, for additional information about the event.

The dancer, who has played Genshin Impact since 2020, performed this routine at a charity dance meetup they attended back in January this year. During the video featured in the Reddit post, we see them perform a variety of moves to the beat of Zhongli’s theme, Rex Incognito.

“I chose Zhongli’s theme because it was one of my favorite Genshin themes and it just suited me. I choreograph a lot, so I created this dance just by going through the moves and seeing what fits together.”

The star of this performance is still competing in gymnastics, and personally we can’t wait to see another Genshin-inspired dance from them. Here’s a challenge – try to create a routine for Razor!

Now is actually a great time to start dancing if you’re a Genshin Impact player looking for something new since version 2.7 has been delayed indefinitely. Not a bad deal if you haven’t rolled Ayato yet, and the weekly free Primogems make the wait that much more bearable.

For more information on our Genshin Impact content, check out our guide to current free Primogem codes for the month of May, as well as the Switch version of Genshin Impact, which is still in development although it hasn’t had many updates for a while gives. Genshin Impact player choreographies dance to Zhongli’s theme

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