Genshin Impact Dawn Winery

The Dawn Winery from miHoYo’s ever-popular Genshin Impact was recreated by an Animal Crossing New Horizons player.

One Nintendo Switch player recreated Genshin Impact’s Dawn Winery using the creation tools in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. The Dawn Winery in Genshin Impact, an important pillar of the Mondstadt wine industry, takes the form of a grand manor surrounded by a vineyard. Mountains in the distance loom over the beautiful property, which is located between the small town of Springvale and the Stone Gate in Bishui Plain.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons players aren’t the first to bring a little Genshin Impact to the island. One user, for example, rebuilt Mondstadt in ACNH last year, complete with the free-to-play action RPG’s signature stone paths and lush greenery. It should come as no surprise that another player has reimagined the world of Teyvat in Animal Crossing, given the sheer number of awe-inspiring locales in Genshin Impact.

Alex of Fodlan, a Twitch streamer, recently shared photos of their new Genshin Impact-inspired build for Animal Crossing: New Horizons on Twitter. The streamer recreated the Dawn Winery in Mondstadt in their most recent ACNH design.

The build includes a dirt path leading up to the front door with a small orchard on either side, as well as the manor, which has been remade in stunning detail. Take a look at Alex of Fodlan’s Dawn Winery recreation.

It’s clear that a lot of time and effort went into making the Dawn Winery come to life in the hit miHoYo game. It appears that the New Horizons player left no stone unturned, from the detailed manor recreation to the vineyard layout.

Unfortunately, for the time being, these fan-made creations in Animal Crossing: New Horizons are the only way to play Genshin Impact on the Nintendo Switch. MiHoYo teased plans to bring its action RPG to the hybrid Nintendo platform several months before Genshin Impact’s release. In the nearly two years since then, however, nothing concrete about the port has surfaced. According to rumors, the long wait is due in large part to Switch hardware issues, though neither MiHoYo nor Nintendo have confirmed this. Regardless of the finer details, Genshin Impact’s chances of making it to the console remain high.

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