In a new blog post over at miHoYo's official website, they laid out a roadmap for the next three updates to the game.
"We are always experimenting with different optimization methods to bring you better content, and even now, the development of multiple versions is proceeding simultaneously to ensure that content will continue to roll out in a stable manner. In future versions, we will combine the unique cultural and calendarial features of in-game regions with dates in the real world to host unique events in Mondstadt and Liyue. (e.g. Ludi Harpastum and the Windbloom Festival in Mondstadt, or Lantern Rite and the Moonchase Festival in Liyue)"
MiHoYo is planning to release content to the game every six weeks. Version 1.1 will be happening soon, with an estimated release date of November 11th. Although not much detail is given, we know that this update will have the Unreconciled Stars event.
Version 1.2 is the big one, though. With an estimated release date of December 23rd, it looks like we will be getting the next region, Dragonspire, just in time for the holidays! Version 1.3 will come later in February of 2021.
Another unique feature mentioned in the blog post is that different regions in Genshin Impact will host various events. You will find region-specific events in Mondstadt, Liyue, and Dragonspire. These events will correspond with dates in the real world.
Genshin Impact is a free-to-play open-world RPG available to play on the PC, PlayStation 4, iOS, and Android.