It was disclosed in a Twitter trivia post how many people had been killed by the enormous robot in the desert of Sumeru while playing Genshin Impact: 300,000 and counting. New characters and events, including those anticipated for a while, are coming to Genshin Impact with the following 3.2 updates. However, Genshin Impact has recently taken the time to inform players of a few interesting tidbits about the game. \n \nGenshin Impact's Twitter account has revealed some fascinating facts, including the number of players (349,337) who have met their end at the hands of the game's enormous robot in the desert. This and other data were published in the Teyvat Times, a series of postings formatted like a fictional newspaper. Also of note is that 81.37 percent of players have gained an achievement by breaking tumbleweed and that two players have broken 294 tumbleweeds and gathered 461 scarabs in a single day. \n \nGenshin Impact keeps its users abreast of upcoming content, such as the much-anticipated playable Scaramouche, with its active presence on Twitter and frequent release schedule. For instance, an in-game objective involves the game's gigantic desert robot, which can sneak up on unwary players and cause them trouble. So perhaps it shouldn't come as a surprise that the robot's devastating lasers have harmed over 300,000 players. \n \nSome players may appreciate the most recent issue of the Teyvat Times as a celebration of the player base's in-game achievements. At the same time, they take a break from Genshin's 3.1 upgrade and its vast, laser-spitting robots and other additions. Nevertheless, the post is full of interesting data, such as the number of deaths caused by robots, player performance and choices in different events, and even some of the most popular food items in the game. \n \nConsidering the large number of playable characters confirmed for the 3.2 updates of Genshin Impact, it shouldn't be long before the game has new content from which to draw fascinating statistics.