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miHoYo releases Zenless Zone Zero trailer, opens closed beta registration

10:16 PM May 13, 2022

Genshin Impact and Honkai Impact 3rd creators miHoYo have released additional information on the latest title in the ever-growing HoYoverse and if initial fan reaction to Zenless Zone Zero’s trailer is the only metric, the Chinese developers might have another hit on their hands.

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Zenless Zone Zero is set in a world where an otherwordly disaster known as the “Hollows” wiped out most of society. Players take on the role of a “Proxy” and act as special individuals tasked with guiding people in their exploration of the “Hollows”.

Breathtaking setting aside, the trailer also features a cast of diverse characters in the form of (but not limited to) a cat lady, a modified-chainsaw-swinging maid, and a bear with explosives. Fighting sequences are dramatic in a way that makes me wish the game goes on the turn-based RPG route but miHoYo’s track record with successful action RPGs says otherwise (and the fact that Honkai: Star Rail, another upcoming title, is turn-based). It’s important to note that almost everything in an upcoming game’s reveal trailer is heavily-stylized so it’s best to keep expectations in check until more details are revealed.

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Fortunately, miHoYo has opened Zenless Zone Zero Tuning Test (closed beta) registration for PC and iOS devices, which you can sign up for here. miHoYo is yet to release information on the closed beta test and game release dates but you can read up on additional information on the closed beta test in the meantime here.

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