It’s only a matter of time before Zenless Zone Zero hits Switch


Hoyoverse fans, rejoice – it sounds like it Zenless Zone Zero is coming to Switch. The team behind the game invited us to a press preview earlier this week, where a Q&A session revealed that Hoyoverse’s urban fantasy ARPG game is coming to “all platforms.”

Zenless Zone Zero is the next long-awaited mobile game from Hoyoverse, the company behind games like Genshin Impact and Honkai Star Rail. In a recent interview, we asked ZZZ producer Zhenyu Li if the game would be coming to Nintendo Switch, and he replied, “We certainly hope that our game will be available on all platforms.” However, since Zenless Zone Zero’s release date is in early July, we’ll have to wait a while before visiting New Eridu on our consoles.

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Earlier this year, Pocket Tactics team members were lucky enough to receive a package from Hoyoverse filled with ZZZ goodies, including a Nintendo Switch game case inspired by the videotape, so we’ve been speculating about a possible Switch port for quite some time. . Additionally, some promotional giveaways included Steam decks as grand prizes, suggesting that Hoyoverse is working to optimize Zenless Zone Zero for handheld consoles as well as release via Steam.

It’s been over three years since Hoyoverse revealed the official trailer for the Switch version of Genshin Impact, and we still don’t have any further information on whether the open-world ARPG or 2023’s Honkai Star Rail will be coming to the console. However, ZZZ’s level-based gameplay seems much less demanding in terms of graphics and server space, so it’s likely that the game will hit the platform before we learn more about the journey to Teyvat. Who knows, maybe Hoyoverse is saving this journey for Nintendo Switch 2.

That’s all we know about the Switch version of Zenless Zone Zero for now. If you’re as excited as we are about traveling to New Erid, check out our Zenless Zone Zero cheats and Zenless Zone Zero tier list. We also have handy guides for Kuro Games’ newest competitor, Genshin, including builds for Aalto from Wuthering Waves and Lingyang from Wuthering Waves.

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