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Honkai Impact 3rd Part 2 Releases This Week, Taking You To Mars

Teenagers from Mars


Honkai Impact 3rd, HoYoverse's sci-fi ARPG, is debuting the Part 2 chapter on February 29. Taking place on Mars, you will gain access to new maps, enhancements around the aerial combat system, and monsters to fight against. Honkai Impact 3rd is also releasing on the Mac App Store in the near future.

In terms of story, the Sea of Data is slowly invading space. You'll travel to a new city and make use of the Anchor of the Apocalypse to explore different civilizations across multiple bubble universes. Meanwhile, combat is being renovated with 3D scenes, new jumping mechanisms, and the Astral Ring system. Three more characters are joining in the fray, too, including Senadina, Erdos Helia, and Coralie 6626 Planck.

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As per bonuses, once the Honkai Impact 3rd v.73 update goes live, you can log in to receive the Anchoring the Past and Present Memorial Ribbon, Voyage to the Future Memorial Emblem, growth materials, and some more goodies via in-game mails. You can pre-register ahead of time for a chance to win an Apple Vision Pro, if you're lucky, as well as other physical prizes.

Playing the event will grant you Crystals, the Coralie Character Card, Coralie's recommended weapon and stigma set, Supply Cars, S-rank Battlesuit Option, and more. Suffice to say, if you've been waiting for a chance to return to the ARPG, Honkai Impact 3rd Part 2 is set to offer plenty of reasons to do so.

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