11 Zenless Zone Zero Known Issues Fixed
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11 Zenless Zone Zero Known Issues Fixed

HoYoVerse announced that between July 4-6, 2024, it fixed eleven known issues in Zenless Zone Zero. While some are minor and involved in-game text changes, others could be more serious and affect progression during a specific Rally Commission or keep someone from properly using the Squad configuration section.

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Some of the fixed Zenless Zone Zero known issues were bugs that caused problems on all platforms. For example, “The Proxy and the Hare” quest negatively affected HP recovery, until it was fixed on July 4, 2024. Events might not have shown new icons, the “Qualification Assessment – Edge” Hollow Zero Gatekeepers wouldn’t give enough points, unlock requirement descriptions for some locations might not show properly even though it will unlock correctly, and store tags won’t show up correctly. One of the problems, which was fixed on July 6, 2024, could be gamebreaking and stop progress in the Metro Terminal – Edge” Rally Commission. 

A few of the problems were platform-specific. For example, two were known for Android and iOS devices. On June 5, 2024, the issue keeping Agents from showing in Agent Interface was fixed for Android devices. Then the next day on June 6, 2024, the issue with Plugboo on iOS devices that kept people from changing things up in Squad Configuration was fixed.

Zenless Zone Zero is available for the PS5, PC, and mobile devices. 

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