D3 Publisher ‘Touch Endurance Starter’ new title teaser website suggests PS4 and PS Vita as platforms

New game still without an official reveal date.

D3 Publisher 'Touch Endurance Starter'

D3 Publisher has updated its “Touch Endurance Starter” new game teaser website launched last week with a hint at PlayStation 4 and PS Vita as the game’s platforms.

The website features artwork of a woman’s chest and asks that users not touch the woman’s chest. Every touch of her chest increases the length of time we have to wait until the game is revealed. That time is now over 999 days and the touching mechanism is broken due to excessive… touching.

As an apology for the broken mechanism, the woman’s chest size has been increased from G-cup to I-cup and the voice heard when her chest is touched has been made “sexier.”

In a message, responding to comments from “smarter users” who have pointed out that it would take an eternity to announce a game in this fashion, the producer said, “I was only thinking about the breasts. I am greatly troubled.”

The PlayStation 4 and PS Vita platform suggestion comes from the two construction women pictured on the website, whose hard hats read “Vita” and “4,” respectively.

We’re still without a reveal date for the game, but the website is currently being “repaired.” Weekly Famitsu will have an early reveal of the project, so we might see it in the magazine before we see it revealed online.

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