NetEase Games has announced that a technical test for Mission Zero will open on July 8th, 2022 in select regions, with fans able to pre-register the game ahead of launch.
The Technical Test for Mission Zero will be held on July 8, 2022, at 10:00 am MYT in Malaysia, Australia, New Zealand, and Thailand, with availability on Android and PC. The final release of the game will also be available for iOS.
The Technical Test will be the equivalent of a small-scale beta test, with players having a chance to experience the current version of the game without any in-app purchases, and with their progress resetting in the final release.
Mission Zero is a 2v4 competitive stealth game, where one team takes on the role of the Sirius (Invaders) and the other team plays as the Mobius (Chasers).
Mission Zero pits four Sirius against two Mobius. The Sirius players need to hide from the Mobius agents, using disguises that let them resemble the NPCs in each area, allowing them to dress like a janitor, waiter, cook, or whatever is needed to blend in. It’s the role of the Mobius players to catch the Sirius, by determining which characters stand out, and using their abilities to knock them unconscious.
The Mobius player will take on the role of characters with unique abilities, with eight available in the Technical Test. You can meet three of these Mobius characters: Vanessa, Aya, and Gabriel in a previous article on Mission Zero’s characters.
It’s a game of hide and seek, where the Mobius players must use their skills of deduction to find their foes, and Sirius players must make important snap decisions, in order to evade capture.
The Technical Test for Mission Zero will begin on the 8th of July. You can pre-register for the game on TapTap.
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