HoYoVerse Will Bring Genshin, Star Rail, ZZZ to SDCC 2024
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HoYoVerse Will Bring Genshin, Star Rail, ZZZ to SDCC 2024

HoYoVerse will bring Genshin Impact, Honkai: Star Rail, and Zenless Zone Zero to its interactive booth at San Diego Comic-Con 2024 (SDCC 2024). As a reminder, the event will run from July 25 to 28, 2024.

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There will be multiple booths set up for HoYoVerse’s various games. Booth #140 will let players experience Penacony in Honkai: Star Rail, as well as the futuristic world of Zenless Zone Zero. Meanwhile, Booth #4400 will be for Genshin Impact. You can also check out the Genshin Impact gallery at the Omni San Diego Hotel, which will feature a Teyvat Fashion Show among other activities. There will be reward available for visitors at both boosts.

While HoYoVerse has made games such as Honkai Impact 3rd before Genshin Impact, the open-world gacha game propelled it to global popularity. It coming out during the COVID-19 pandemic might have contributed to its growth, as it and its genre led to non-gacha players to give it a try. Honkai: Star Rail is equally as successful. Zenless Zone Zero hasn’t come out yet, but it plays similar to Honkai Impact 3rd in which the focus is more on combat and there’s less open world exploration.

HoYoVerse will be at SDCC 2024 with Genshin Impact, Honkai: Star Rail, and Zenless Zone Zero from July 25-28, 2024. Zenless Zone Zero will come out on July 4, 2024 for the PS5, Windows PC, and mobile devices.

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