HoYoverse has announced the development of two new technological features: Global Far Fog (GFF) and Gradient Tint Rock (GTR), which will be included in the next Genshin Impact 4.4 release.
Its goal is to represent the hills, valleys, clouds, and mist in the new Chenyu Vale location in a style comparable to classic Chinese shan shui paintings to improve the gaming experience.
Fortunately, these graphic settings will be available on PlayStation and PC, as well as a simplified version for mobile. This page will explain everything Genshin Impact players need to know about Global Far Fog and Gradient Tint Rock, as well as the difference between using them and the default settings.
Genshin Impact 4.4 Graphics Update
As previously stated, the creators have created two new technical elements in Genshin Impact named Global Far Fog (GFF) and Gradient Tint Rock (GTR). This aims to recreate the mountains, valleys, waterfalls, mist, and clouds in Chenyu Vale in a style comparable to shan shui paintings, resulting in a more immersive gaming and exploration experience.
While the Global Far Fog function is enabled, the Volumetric Fog’s density will vary as it passes through different locations.
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The valley’s low and tight portions are cloudy, and there is light mist in the wide areas with Global Far Fog enabled, providing gamers with the greatest Chenyu Vale experience. Meanwhile, the lower parts of the valley are covered in a light mist, and everything is visible in regular settings.
Similarly, the Gradient Tint Rock feature allows travelers to observe distinct color gradients in the rocks and mountains based on altitude, distance, and structure. When the GTR setting is enabled, the leafy areas and summit appear dark cyan and green, while the bare trails and lower parts appear tan.
Travelers should activate the Global Far Fog and Gradient Tint Rock settings before reaching the peaks of Mt. Mingyuan and Mt. Lingmeng to appreciate the panoramic views of Chenyu Vale.
The features will be available on PC, PlayStation, and mobile (simplified version) after the Genshin Impact 4.4 update is released. Unfortunately, it is unclear whether these technical elements will be implemented in other sections of the map.
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