Surprisingly, I was able to play Genshin Impact on my Chromebook. I’m using the Acer Spin 713 Chromebook (affiliate link), which has a quad-core cpu, along with 8GB of RAM and 128GB for storage. This chromebook also supports Android apps, which allowed me to easily download the game from the Google play store. The performance is…a little less than satisfactory. On one hand, I’m actually able to move around and fight enemies and follow the story line. However, there’s noticeable lag between cut scenes and when multiple characters are on the map. Still, it’s playable to a minor degree. I’m not advocating that you buy a Chromebook just to play Genshin Impact, but just know that it works and runs (less than ideal) on a Chromebook.