Zenless Zone Zero Amplifying Beta Test Announced
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Zenless Zone Zero Amplifying Beta Test Announced 

People will once again get to try Zenless Zone Zero ahead of the game’s release, as the Amplifying Test closed beta is on the way. There’s no exact date for it yet, beyond “coming soon,” but there is a new trailer to hype it up and people can register for it.

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First, here’s the new Zenless Zone Zero trailer. It focuses on both the bunny-like Bangboo mascots and playable characters. After seeing how different design Bangboo look alongside different factions, we get to see how characters and the mascots work in battles. Aside from showing some gameplay, the video didn’t introduce anything new about the next beta test.

As for the Zenless Zone Zero Amplifying Test, people can sign up for the beta at the official site. After logging in to your HoYoVerse account, the site will confirm your contact details and will ask someone to select their platform. The only ones available for this latest test are Android devices, iOS devices, and PCs. The PS5 version isn’t available. A survey will then ask for your game account information, your IP address, your device model, and details about your level of gaming experience and background. People will be selected based on that data.

The last closed beta was the Equalizing Test. That ended in December 2023. HoYoVerse shared constant updates while it happened.

Zenless Zone Zero is expected to come to the PS5, PC, and mobile devices in 2024. The Amplifying Test is “coming soon.”

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