Zenless Zone Zero Trailer Shows Ellen Gameplay
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Zenless Zone Zero Trailer Shows Ellen Gameplay

Ellen is the first S-rank Agent available for a limited time in Zenless Zone Zero, and the latest trailer shows off a little gameplay. However, it’s also interspersed with more cinematic scenes highlighting her time with friends and classmates and personality.

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Things start by showing Ellen during her downtime. Some of her friends surprise her at a cafe. They take a photo together. The group heads to an arcade to play games. We also see two of them using Ellen’s shark tail to scratch off a lottery ticket (and winning). However, as they’re all relaxing, she gets a Victoria Housekeeping message that sends her off to work in a Hollow, handling some enemies.

It’s then that we see how Ellen works in battle with footage that highlights her gameplay in Zenless Zone Zero. She’s a slashing type of attack character, which we see with her harpoon-like weapon. She also deals ice damage, and that’s highlighted in her moves.

Here’s the full Ellen Zenless Zone Zero trailer showing off gameplay and quieter moments.

Her last trailer was purely a cinematic one and highlighted how different her after-school work life is than her daily activities with friends.

You can get Ellen in Zenless Zone Zero between July 4-24, 2024. After that, her banner will end and you’ll need to wait for an eventual rerun to recruit her.

Zenless Zone Zero comes to the PS5, PC, and mobile devices on July 4, 2024. 

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