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Following the success of Genshin Impact, the new MiHoYo game plays in a post-apocalyptic setting.

Studio Genshin Impact just teased the arrival of a mysterious new game called Project Zenless Zone Zero.

We no longer represent the MiHoYo studio. The Chinese company, which has become famous all over the world after the success of Genshin Impact and Honkai Impact, is getting ready to unveil its new name this week during the official launch tomorrow on the Internet.

ZZZ

On the sidelines of the Honkai Star Rail project that MiHoYo has been working on for several months now, the development studio is also preparing another game called Zenless Zone Zero. The long-term project was made possible by the opening of a manufacturing subsidiary in Canada late last year. At the time, a leak revealed that the opus, dubbed ZZZ, would be an open-world shooter that, like Genshin Impact, would encourage exploration and creation.

till tomorrow

At the moment, no information about this new game has been released. However, the wait should end tomorrow, on the occasion of the official presentation, which will be broadcast on May 13, 2022 at 6 am French time, if the countdown is to be believed. The information was obtained through an image shared on social media and no doubt has its fair share of clues.

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A mini-site has also been launched offering to discover three characters from the back, including a mascot that looks like an anthropomorphic rabbit. The television broadcasts several television spots, ranging from retro advertisements reminiscent of the Fallout saga universe to news on a local news channel.

With an old TV, VHS and a few posters on the wall, the first teaser doesn’t say much about ZZZ. Let’s hope that in a universe that seems very far removed from Genshin Impact, MiHoYo manages to take on the elements that made the Teyvat region successful, starting with its exceptional soundtrack and its gigantic open world to explore.

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