Current Leaks Genshin Impact 3.3 indicates that Travelers will receive approximately 9725 Primogems at the maximum completion of the patch, which is equal to 60 intertwined Fates. This amount of Fates can give a F2P player two-thirds of the way to a hard guarantor on a regular character banner.
Keep in mind that this number is only an estimate, as the full details of the upcoming version update have yet to be fully revealed. However, the following information should help curious readers looking to plan future banners.
How to get 9275 Primogems/60 Intertwined Fates in Genshin Impact 3.3
If you add up everything in this image above, you get 9725 primogems, which equals 60 intertwined fates. It is important to note some details that may be hard to see in this calculation:
- Blessing of the Hollow Moon: +3780 Primogems to total (buy cheap moon you can here)
- Battle Pass holders: + Four intertwined destinies to their total
- Combining both of the above gives you the equivalent 88 intertwined fates
The rest of this article will explain where the rest of these numbers come from, as some readers might be curious.
Assuming you complete each quest every day for 42 days, you should receive a total of 2520 Primogems. The reason for this number is that you get up to 60 Source Stones per day and Genshin Impact 3.3 is expected to last 42 days.
Multiply 60 by 42 to get 2520. That’s almost 16 intertwined destinies on their own.
Note: This number does not take into account potential achievements.
Floors 9-12 award you 600 primogems if you get 9 stars on everything. Keep in mind that the Twisted Abyss is updated twice a month, so assuming there is no single reset for this update, you should get a total of 1800 Sourcestones in Genshin Impact 3.3.
You can get almost 11 intertwined Fates from the Twisted Abyss, although inexperienced players may experience problems there.
Note: This number assumes you have already done floors 1~8.
Events usually give players 420 Primogems. Hence, most of them still give you 420 in Genshin Impact 3.3. The only one who doesn’t is Akitsu Kimodameshi, which is the main event. These larger events tend to give more primogems, so it’s not surprising to see this here.
All of these events grant you 2,250 Primogems in Genshin Impact 3.3, which is the equivalent of almost 14 Fates.
Everything else in Genshin Impact 3.3
The rest of these calculations should be pretty self-explanatory. For reference, here are how many primogems each action gives you:
- Maintenance compensation:600
- 3.4 Activation codes:300
- Other activation codes:100
- Web events:100
- All test runs:80
- Archon Quest:60
- World Quests:80
- Sacred Call of the Seven TCGs:600
- HoYoLab Daily check-in:100
Paimon’s deals will also give you five intertwined fates. Ultimately, combining everything from this section and the previous ones should give you 60 Prayers, plus a few remaining Source Stones.