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Zenless Zone Zero banners 1.0 and beyond

Keep up to date with the current and next Zenless Zone Zero banners, and learn all about the standard banner, pity system, and more.

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What are the Zenless Zone Zero banners? As with all gacha games, getting familiar with every banner is an important part of building a powerful team to take on any baddies in your path. So let’s take a look at all of them, the pity system, and everything else in this handy guide.

Wondering whether you should pull on the current or next ZZZ banner? Then you should check out our Zenless Zone Zero tier list to see how all the Zenless Zone Zero characters size up. We’ve also got a list of all the new Zenless Zone Zero codes so you can save for your fave.

Here’s everything in our ZZZ banner guide:

What’s the current Zenless Zone Zero banner?

The current Zenless Zone Zero banners feature the following characters:

Mellow Waveride – phase one

What’s the next Zenless Zone Zero banner?

Here are the characters you can pick up in phase two of version 1.0:

Unswerving Bullet – phase two

Beyond that, drip marketing suggests that the 1.1 banners will feature two new characters from New Eridu Public Security, Qingyi and Seth. However, Hoyoverse is yet to confirm anything, so we’ll be sure to update this guide when we have more info.

What’s the Zenless Zone Zero W-Engine banner?

Here are the W-Engines with boosted rates that you can pick up on the Zenless Zone Zero banners right now:

Dissonant Sonata

  • Deep Sea Visitor (attack)
  • Bashful Demon
  • Drill Rig – Red Axis

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What’s the Zenless Zone Zero bangboo banner?

In addition to Zenless Zone Zero’s characters and W-engines, there are also bangboo to think about. These little cuties can be a great boon in battle, fighting alongside you or providing buffs as you fight – and picking the right one for your team can make a big difference.

We know that certain S-rank characters have their own signature S-rank bangboo, too – but having to pull on three banners to get a character, their weapon, and their bangboo is gonna be pretty pricey, right?

Well actually, all bangboo are free to pull in-game. They have their own separate banner which requires a special currency called boopons. You can earn boopons through events and different gameplay modes.

On top of that, you don’t have to worry about wasting S-rank pulls on a bangboo you don’t want, as the banner allows you to choose your desired S-rank bangboo and you’re guaranteed to get it within 80 pulls.

What’s the Zenless Zone Zero standard banner?

In addition to time-limited banners, ZZZ also has a standard banner called the ‘Stable Channel’. It requires a different type of film to the limited banner, and, offers a discount in place of a beginner’s banner that cuts the cost of the set amount of ten-pulls down to eight films.

The Stable Channel features a fixed pool of characters, bangboos, and equipment.

Stable Channel characters:

Stable banner w-engines (weapons):

  • Steel Cushion (S-rank)
  • Hellfire Gears (S-rank)
  • The Restrained (S-rank)
  • The Brimstone (S-rank)
  • Fusion Compiler (S-rank)
  • Weeping Cradle (S-rank)
  • Street Superstar (A-rank)
  • Slice of Time (A-rank)
  • Rainforest Gourmet (A-rank)
  • Starlight Engine (A-rank)
  • Steam Oven (A-rank)
  • Precious Fossilized Core (A-rank)
  • Original Transmorpher (A-rank)
  • Weeping Gemini (A-rank)
  • Bunny Band (A-rank)
  • Demara Battery Mark II (A-rank)
  • The Vault (A-rank)
  • Housekeeper (A-rank)
  • Starlight Engine Replica (A-rank)
  • Drill Rig – Red Axis (A-rank)
  • Big Cylinder (A-rank)
  • Bashful Demon (A-rank)
  • Kaboom the Cannon (A-rank)
  • Roaring Ride (A-rank)
  • [Lunar] Pleniluna (B-rank)
  • [Lunar] Decrescent (B-rank)
  • [Lunar] Noviluna (B-rank)
  • [Reverb] Mark I (B-rank)
  • [Reverb] Mark II (B-rank)
  • [Reverb] Mark III (B-rank)
  • [Vortex] Revolver (B-rank)
  • [Vortex] Arrow (B-rank)
  • [Vortex] Hatchet (B-rank)
  • [Magnetic Storm] Alpha (B-rank)
  • [Magnetic Storm] Bravo (B-rank)
  • [Magnetic Storm] Charlie (B-rank)
  • [Identity] Base (B-rank)
  • [Identity] Inflection (B-rank)

You can also pull all of the standard characters and w-engines on the limited banner.

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What is the Zenless Zone Zero pity system?

Pity systems are a feature in gacha games that aim to make pulling on banners a fairer and reliable experience.

Standard banner pity

  • Guarantees one A-rank character or item every ten pulls
  • Guarantees one S-rank character every 90 pulls
  • After 75 pulls without an S-rank, your pity begins to increase each pull until you get an S-rank
  • Pity resets after you get a five-star

Limited character banner pity

  • Guarantees one A-rank character or item every ten pulls, with an increased chance of getting the featured four-stars
  • Guarantees one S-rank character every 90 pulls
  • After 75 pulls without an S-rank, your pity begins to increase each pull until you get an S-rank
  • There’s a 50% chance that your S-rank will be the featured one. If you don’t get the featured S-rank, the next S-rank you obtain is guaranteed to be the current limited S-rank
  • Both your pity and 50/50 or guarantee carries over to the next limited banner

That’s everything we’ve got on the current and next Zenless Zone Zero banner. If you’re enjoying your time with the Zenless Zone Zero Proxies and want to explore more Hoyoverse content, be sure to check out our Genshin Impact tier list, Genshin Impact codes, Honkai Star Rail tier list, and Honkai Star Rail codes guides.