Zenless Zone Zero Lycaon trailer published on the same day as release date announcement
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Zenless Zone Zero Release Date Falls in July 2024

HoYoverse has confirmed the full global release date for Zenless Zone Zero. People all around the world will be able to play the new game from the same company behind Genshin Impact and Honkai: Star Rail on July 4, 2024.

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The company has also launched a new web event titled “Stock Up” that runs until July 18, 2024. Aspiring players can take part in this event to get more in-game items, such as Boopons and the Denny currency. It also includes a “Lucky Prize” event that will reward physical prizes ranging from Zenless Zone Zero-themed merchandise to Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, and iPhone 15 Pro units.

On the same day, HoYoverse also uploaded a new character demo trailer featuring Lycaon on the game’s official YouTube channel:

HoYoverse opened pre-registrations for Zenless Zone Zero in late April 2024, and it will remain available until the game releases on July 4, 2024. By the time the company announced the full release date, it had gathered over 35 million pre-registrants. People can expect to get Agent Corin with 30,000 Dennys, 8 Master Tapes, and 5 Boopons at launch. But if the final milestone of 40 million is also reached, HoYoverse will add 12 more Master Tapes for a total of 20.

Zenless Zone Zero will be available on PlayStation 5, Android, iOS, and PC via Epic Games Store with a global simultaneous release date of July 4, 2024.

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