Genshin Impact

Genshin Impact 3.0 – Tree of Dreams Rewards Leaked

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Genshin Impact’s Sumeru region will drop with Version 3.0 and just like Inazuma, this region too shall have its own special tree that can be ascended like the Sacred Sakura. The Tree of Dreams has been leaked for a while now but we’ve never known what kind of rewards it will give its players upon ascension until now. 

Tree of Dreams Rewards in Genshin Impact 3.0

The Tree of Dreams in Sumeru will be similar to the Sacred Sakura in Inazuma. Both of these trees can be ascended using the respective sigils of their region for some sweet rewards. Unlike the Sacred Sakura leaks reveal that the Tree of Dreams doesn’t have a holy connotation and thus there’s no shrine or temple around it- at least not yet. In that regard, it might even be similar to the Frostbearer Tree from Dragonspine. 

Below are the rewards from the Tree of Dreams that have been recently leaked.

The Rewards are similar to that of the Sacred Sakura. We get 5 Crowns, 10 Intertwined Fates and 20 Acquaint Fates. We also get Shrine Keys, Talent Books and Fragile Resin as expected. The only thing different is that the billets are not the ones we are used to. We get Midlander Billets instead of the Northlander Billets so there’s no use saving your Northlander Billets for craftable weapons in Sumeru.

As leaked earlier, ascending each level will require 35 Dendro Sigils instead of the 25 Electro Sigils we used per level for the Sacred Sakura. In Version 3.0 we’ll only be getting to ascend to the first 20 Levels of this Tree after which we can only collect our surplus Dendro sigils for the next future update where this level cap will be removed. We’re expecting the Sumeru updates to work the same way as Inazuma’s with new regions of the country being released each update while also removing the level caps of the Tree.

Amay De
As an English Masters graduate, I always dreamt of becoming a writer as a profession. Alas! I was led astray by anime and gaming. I enjoy open-world RPGs that encourage exploration with easy but flashy combat along the way. Art and aesthetics also matter immensely to me so even in games my characters tend to stare off into space. If I’m not gaming or watching anime I’m probably just asleep and dreaming.

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