Aksys Launches Teaser Twitter for Zero Escape

Wednesday, December 23rd, 2015

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Zero Escape Vol 3 Promo

Aksys launched a Twitter account designed to be a teaser for the new Zero Escape game, Zero Time Dilemma. The first tweet to be posted featured character art along with the following words:


It has been more difficult than anticipated to smuggle information out of Dcom regarding the viral Zero Time Dilemma, but we at Crash Keys have finally obtained the most bare bones of details that should prove useful to surviving the coming apocalypse. It is necessary to reveal everything in small doses as to avoid detection, but we can share the first piece now. Stay alert for future communiqués.

Remember, the threat is real.

Zero Escape | Character art

Zero Escape Volume 3: Zero Time Dilemma is said to be released next summer on the Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation Vita. For those of you who are behind on Zero Escape and want to catch up before Zero Time Dilemma‘s release, 999: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors is available on the Nintendo DS and is playable on the 3DS. The sequel, Virtue’s Last Reward is on both the 3DS and the Vita. It is highly recommended that you experience these games in order, to get the most out of the experience.

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  • Laurence J. Nguyen

    I wholeheartedly agree 100% on playing the first two games in order first before jumping right into Zero Time Dilemma. It is not available until the Summer of 2016.
    I don’t have Virtue’s Last Reward, yet. I really hate myself for that. I already did 999 and it was a fun experience from start to finish. I must buy the second game and play it or I will not understand based on the plot elements to take note of without any spoilers!

    • Kai24

      You really should. Events in VLR is pretty much telling you the main story and reason for why things in upcoming ZTD are happening.