Zenless Zone Zero Release Date and Times Confirmed

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Zenless Zone Zero Release Date and Times Confirmed

Zenless Zone Zero released soon and players can already get a headstart by registering their interest in the title.

Zenless Zone Zero (ZZZ) is the next game from HoYoverse, makers of the popular Genshin Impact and Honkai Star Rail to name but two. This time, ZZZ takes the “Urban Fantasy ARPG” route, as HoYoverse looks to take over every niche within the Gacha space. ZZZ already has a fair bit known about it, with a full character roster already announced. Though, we expect to see more added to that list by the time the game is released.

Zenless Zone Zero Release Date and Times

The USA has its Independence Day, the UK has its general election, but gacha gamers get ZZZ. The game will be released globally, with the game's final closed beta test concluding today. 35 million players have already pre-registered for the game and that number continues to grow. With a goal of 40 million by the time the game releases, we suspect the game will smash well past that number in time.

Crucially, the title will not only be released globally but across multiple devices.

  • PS5
  • PC
  • IOS
  • Android

All four platforms will get access to the game at 10 am (UTC+8) on July 4th. For those on the PC, the game will once again be released via the Epic Game launcher.

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Zenless Zone Zero Pre-registration rewards

  • 20 Master Tapes – A currency which can be used to obtain rare characters,
  • Playable Agent Corin
  • 30,000 Dennies
  • Boopons, an in-game item used to obtain rare Bangboo.

Some solid pre-registration rewards for players who want to get involved. The game is guaranteed to hit the 40 million figure as the hype continues to build into the game's full release. You can pre-register at the game's official site and be ready to play the game when it drops on July 4th.

Zenless Zone Zero Release Date and Times Confirmed
David Hollingsworth
David has written for games media outlets for the last ten years. With his first major esports role being with Esports News UK covering mostly UK League of Legends. David is also a member of the British Esports Association and is an advisor to them on World of Warcraft Esports. More recently David has worked for Esports Insider and Red Bull as an esports journalist. David later became Editor at ESTNN and now leads the current team.