Before disclosing an official launch date, NetEase formally introduced its new game Mission Zero for technical testing in Thailand, Malaysia, Australia, and New Zealand on July 8, 2022. Laden with the flavor of the Hitman universe, Mission Zero was first announced on August 18, 2021.
The brand-new game by NetEase has caught the fancy of many as it promises to be a refreshing change from most available current video game genres. Mission Zero was introduced as a 2v4 action-spy game by NetEase, allowing the gamers to act as secret agents in a 2 vs 4 game mode.
The Technical Test is available now. Choose your faction and start the mission!
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— Mission Zero Official (@MissionZero_EN) July 8, 2022
The stealth action game by NetEase was first supposed to be mobile-only, but later the publishers also included a PC version. It is a cross-platform compatible game with the testing version available for iOS, Android, and PC sans an activation code at the initial phases.
The game publishers have implemented a daily signup limit to avoid server overloading. Once this signup limit is reached, no new players can register for the day. All progress in the game will be erased once the testing phase concludes.
The most attractive feature of Mission Zero is its gameplay, which encompasses tedious tasks for players in the form of covert operations. It has everything to offer from a treacherous hide-and-seek type gaming experience that is accentuated with in-game character talents, equipment and nerve-racking missions.
Players will be able to play in one of two possible factions: Mobius, which consists of 2 players and Sirius, which consists of 4 players. Players opting for the Sirius faction are spies supposed to collect information and infiltrate the opponent’s camp stealthily. At the same time, the role of players in the Mobius faction is to reveal the hidden side of Sirius. The game provides the option of using holographic camouflage, and players can learn to make a different kinds of traps in-game.
The non-pay-to-win action-spy game’s minimum system requirements for Android are Snapdragon 660, Exynos 8890, Kirin 710, Dimensity 700 Processor, RAM 3GB with Android 8.0. NetEase Games has not shared any information regarding a release date for Mission Zero. However, it is expected that developers will share more information about the launch after the successful completion of the technical test.