Zenless Zone Zero opens global pre-registration for Android and iOS

HoYoverse, a leading name in interactive entertainment, has recently announced the launch of global pre-registration for its latest urban fantasy action RPG, Zenless Zone Zero. Players eager to dive into this highly anticipated game can now pre-register across multiple platforms including the PlayStation™Store, Google Play, App Store, and Epic Store.

Zenless Zone Zero offers exciting pre-registration rewards

The pre-registration campaign for Zenless Zone Zero offers players a chance to secure a range of enticing in-game rewards as sign-up milestones are achieved. These include up to 20 Master Tapes, which are essential for unlocking rare characters, the playable Agent Corin, 30,000 Dennies, and Boopons. Boopons are special in-game items utilized to acquire rare Bangboos. Upon the official launch of the game, these rewards will be distributed to players through in-game mail.

Prepare to explore the world of Zenless Zone Zero

Set in a post-apocalyptic world where contemporary civilization has been devastated by calamities known as “Hollows,” Zenless Zone Zero introduces players to New Eridu, the sole remaining metropolis. This city has managed to survive by leveraging advanced technology to combat the ongoing threat.

Players assume the role of a Proxy, a professional adept at navigating the perilous Hollows to guide those needing to venture inside. The game promises a rich narrative filled with exploration, combat, and uncovering the enigmas of this last bastion of humanity.

For those interested in the game, Zenless Zone Zero is now available to wishlist on the PlayStation™Store and Epic Store. Pre-registration is open on Google Play, App Store, and the official website, providing fans a direct avenue to ensure they are part of the new saga from the very beginning.

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