Genshin Impact Beetle Brawling Event Guide and Rewards - Prima Games

Genshin Impact Beetle Brawling Event Guide and Rewards

Not even the devs must know this event's whole name

by Patrick Souza
Arataki Beetle Brawl Featured

The final big event from Genshin Impact 3.4 version is here to get you a little bit more Primogems. The Almighty Arataki Extraordinary and Exhilarating Extreme Beetle Brawl, or just Beetle Brawl event because no one’s reading the whole title, is a new type of event that lets you finally take part in one of the Arataki Gang’s favorite hobbies of watching insects fighting to their deaths.

Working in the same fashion as the Warrior’s Spirit swordfighting event, new fights are unlocked daily, and you’ll play a new type of minigame to give orders for your special beetle to conquer its opponents on the run. Here’s everything you need to know about it.

Genshin Impact Beetle Brawling Event Guide

Before heading into the event, you first must need to reach Adventure Rank 30 and complete the “Ritou Escape Plan” Archon quest in Inazuma. It’s also recommended to finish the “Perilous Trail” Archon Quest in Liyue to get the full experience, but you can use the Quick Start function if you’re a tad behind on quests.

After that, follow the new event quest in Inazuma next to Katheryne and complete your first trial beetle battle, in which you’ll learn the basics. After that, all you’ll have to do is to complete all 5 battles to get all the Primogems, while also going through the quick story sections just like in the other event. A new battle is unlocked every day for the following 4 days.

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You can click on Opponent’s Details to see some info on how your opposing beetle fights, but most of the time you’ll be relying on the same strats. Keep dodging and using your own charged hits to avoid letting the opponent have a turn.

Beetle Brawling Prizes and Rewards

Arataki Beetle Brawl Rewards
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You’ll be awarded a total of 420 Primogems, along with a maximum of x300000 Mora, x20 Hero’s Wit, x20 Mystic Enhancement Ores, and various Inazuma-related talent books if you complete all battles on the highest difficulty. Only the easiest is required for the gems, but the difficulty spike isn’t that big, and you can probably clear them all in a few tries.

Patrick Souza

The completionist guy who loves to write about his current obsessions. And those include RPGs most of the time. Usually busy taking care of his cats so they won't destroy the house.