Spike Chunsoft and Famitsu have revealed that Zero Escape: The Nonary Games will be coming to Japan, detailing its release in the region as well as hinting at a release date for ours.
The Nonary Games is a collection of both Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors and Virtue’s Last Reward that was announced for release in the West a while ago but not specifically dated. Thanks to Spike Chunsoft and Famitsu chiming in however, it looks like a lack of a date to look for is a thing of the past. We now know that the game will launch for Vita on April 13th in Japan, with the PC version set to launch March 25th Japan time.
That last bit may not seem significant, but seeing as how you can usually expect PC versions to launch worldwide at the same time, Western audiences can probably expect the game to release on other platforms then as well – or so goes the logic anyways. Whether March 24th (our time) is the Western release date for any platform actually remains to be confirmed in any form other than speculation, and as far as we know “Spring 2017” is as specific as it gets.
Time to check out some new media while we wait, hmm?
Zero Escape: The Nonary Games officially hits Japan April 13th, and the West this Spring.
Ready to play?