Genshin Impact's Dawn Winery Remade In Animal Crossing Is Pure Magic

Using the creation tools in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, one Nintendo Switch player managed to recreate Genshin Impact\’s Dawn Winery. An important pillar of the wine industry in Mondstadt, the Dawn Winery in Genshin Impact assumes the form of a great manor surrounded by a vineyard. Mountains not too far in the distance loom over the gorgeous property, which players can find situated between the small town of Springvale and the Stone Gate in Bishui Plain.

This isn\’t the first time Animal Crossing: New Horizons players have brought a little Genshin Impact to the island. Last last year, for example, one user rebuilt the city of Mondstadt in ACNH, complete with the free-to-play action RPG\’s trademark stone paths and stunning greenery. Given the sheer number of awe-inspiring locales in Genshin Impact, it should come as no surprise that yet another player has reimagined the world of Teyvat in Animal Crossing.

Twitch streamer Alex_of_Fodlan recently took to Twitter to share photos of their new Genshin Impact-inspired build for Animal Crossing: New Horizons. In their latest ACNH design, the streamer recreated the Dawn Winery located in Mondstadt. The build includes the manor, remade in stunning detail, along with a dirt path leading up to the front door with a small orchard on either side. See Alex_of_Fodlan\’s impressive Dawn Winery recreation in the tweet linked below:

It\’s plain to see a lot of effort went into bringing the Dawn Winery to life in the hit miHoYo title. From the detailed manor recreation to the layout of the vineyard, it seems the New Horizons player left no stone unturned.

Unfortunately, these fan-made creations in Animal Crossing: New Horizons currently count as the only way to experience Genshin Impact on Nintendo Switch. Several months ahead of Genshin Impact\’s release, miHoYo teased plans to bring its action RPG to the hybrid Nintendo platform. However, nothing concrete about the port has surfaced in the nearly two years since then. Rumors claim the ongoing wait is due in large part to hardware issues with the Switch, though neither miHoYo nor Nintendo has confirmed as much. Regardless of the finer details, hopes remain high that Genshin Impact will eventually make its way to the console.

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