Genshin Impact is one of the most popular games right now. What’s not to like? It has addicting combat and it’s free to play to boot. In fact, it’s so popular that a local broadcasting news channel in Malaysia used one of the background music (BGM) the game developed by Chinese developer miHoYo.
It’s only used for several minutes during a segment that reported on the challenges of celebrating Chinese New Year during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic in Malaysia. It was likely used as background music due to how oriental it sounds, which suits the Chinese New Year theme of the news segment.
You can check it out below:
The song used is Chasing The Torrents from Jade Moon Upon A Sea Of Clouds Disc Three Battles Of Liyue in Genshin Impact. It’s one of the songs featured on the Liyue Chapter OST in the game as recorded by the London Philharmonic Orchestra and the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra with special guest folk musicians at AIR Studios and the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra Hall.
You can listen to the aforementioned track on Spotify below:
In other related news, as of last week, the Genshin Impact 1.3 update is live, so you can check out our Genshin Impact Lantern Rite Event Guide or buy some Genshin Impact Genesis Crystals on Codashop.
Genshin Impact is now available on PS4, PC, Android and iOS.