Zenless Zone Zero Closed Beta

Zenless Zone Zero Announced, Closed Beta Coming

HoYoVerse announced Zenless Zone Zero, an entirely new IP from the Genshin Impact developer. The title will be an action RPG set within a new universe. Alongside the announcement of the title, users can immediately sign up to be part of the closed beta test. The test will only be available for iOS and PC users, though the full game will be on PCs and both Android and iOS devices. Additionally, a trailer has been released. It provides a look at characters that will appear in the title, along with a brief glimpse at combat.

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While users can sign up for the Zenless Zone Zero closed beta test for a limited time, it doesn’t have a launch date. That will be announced at a later point in time. For now, users can sign up through the use of their HoYoVerse account. The closed beta test will be available in English, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Japanese and Korean.

You can watch the announcement trailer below.

The official website has a very brief synopsis of the general story for the game. Players will be living “dual identities” as they explore a second universe existing parallel to their own. Players will interact with various factions and uncover a greater conspiracy.

Zenless Zone Zero is in development and will release for PC and Android and iOS devices sometime in the future.

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