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Attention HoYoVerse fans, Zenless Zone Zero is now online

IF YOU LOVE HoYoVerse's action games, you should check out the latest installment in the video game series.

Zenless Zone Zero is the developer's latest project that focuses on action, so imagine playing a hack-and-slash game like Devil May Cry or God of War and introduction of gacha elements.

The game is now available for PlayStation 5, Android, iOS, and Microsoft Windows. It is free to play, so you don't have to worry about spending money to download the game.

To fully immerse yourself in the Zenless Zone universe, about 50 GB is required, so make sure you keep some space free on your hard drive.

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Story and setting

Zenless Zone is set in a post-apocalyptic universe where humanity is threatened by beings called Ethereals. To combat these beings, humanity has created a safe haven called New Eridu, where they mine the Ethereals' resources to combat the threat.

The player takes on the role of the proxy who helps the other characters in the game fight the Ethereals located in multiple dimensions.

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Gameplay

Similar to HoYoVerse's Genshin InfluenceZenless Zone features the same combat mechanics where players can dodge attacks and spam abilities, which includes their signature and special abilities (by pressing the E and Q keys on your keyboard).

Additionally, characters can combine their skills to produce hard-hitting combos, and Zenless has simplified the process by allowing automatic character switching attacks.

As in the other HoYo titles, players can customize and strengthen their characters by spending their resources to upgrade their characters, weapons, and accessories.

Each character has unique traits ranging from their role (support, damage dealer) to their elements (ice, fire, etc.), so make sure you build a lineup that best complements the pieces.

As mentioned, Zenless focuses more on action-oriented gameplay, which sets it apart from Genshin's open-world experience or Star Rail's turn-based approach. During downtime, players must search for missions and deploy characters suited to completing the task.

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In terms of gacha mechanics, the game stays true to its HoYoVerse counterparts.

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