Shanghai-based developer miHoYo announced on July 22 that it will begin testing the game Zenless Zone Zero.
Specifically, the game Zenless Zone Zero will start testing at 10:00 on August 5. The test will end at 23:59. on July 27, 2022.
Zenless Zone Zero is still under research and development, and the tested content does not represent the final quality. The tests are for PC and iOS only, as the Android version is not available due to adaptation errors.
Zenless Zone Zero is a 3D action role-playing game. The game has a main plot and a side story. Players can learn the plot through the game’s introductory video and other features. There are no social media links in the game and only a small number of text-based individual interface elements are displayed.
In May of this year, miHoYo released the first trailer for Zenless Zone Zero and started recruiting test players, attracting over 2 million users.
According to public information, miHoYo has several games in its reserve, such as Honkai: Star Rail, Honkai Impact 4 Galaxy, Zenless Zone Zero, and a mysterious new product called Cochel Frontline, which unexpectedly received approved by the Chinese government.
Meanwhile, the headquarters of HoYoverse, a global interactive entertainment brand owned by miHoYo, was recently opened in Singapore. The Singapore office will have a dedicated team of professionals and provide high quality entertainment services worldwide.
Following a new trailer at Summer Game Fest, the game Zenless Zone Zero has opened registration for those interested in the product. You need to fill out the survey after logging into your HoYoverse account. If not, check out the latest trailer for Zenless Zone Zero.
HoYoverse confirmed that the game will have a lot more to offer. HoYoverse will bring a lot of interesting information about Zenless Zone Zero revealed from Summer Game Fes.
Genshin Impact developer MiHoYo has opened a new office in Singapore. This new location will serve as the headquarters for HoYoverse’s metaverse-related activities, which were announced earlier this year.