Zero Time Dilemma for PS4 launches August 18 in North America

Due out one day after the Japanese release.

Zero Time Dilemma

The PlayStation 4 version of Zero Time Dilemma will launch in North America on August 18, Aksys Games announced at Anime Expo 2017.

In Japan, Zero Time Dilemma will launch for PlayStation 4 on August 17.

Zero Time Dilemma first launched for PS Vita and 3DS on June 28, 2016, followed by PC two days later on June 30.

Here’s an overview of the game, via its Steam page:

About

The experiment wasn’t supposed to be like this.

Nine participants awaken in an underground facility, imprisoned with a strange black bracelet on their wrists. To escape, they must play a game with deadly consequences. The rules are simple–after six people are killed, the escape hatch will open. Who will live, and who will die? The choice is yours. Let the Decision Game begin…

Key Features

  • Think Your Way Out – Explore 3-D environments for clues to solve mind-bending puzzles and escape your prison.
  • Decision Game – Question your morality in a series of life-or-death decisions where even the best option carries horrifying implications.
  • Cinematic Gameplay – Fully voiced and animated story sections push the boundaries of interactive fiction.
  • Non-linear Narrative – Jump freely between events and characters to piece together the fractured narrative and unlock multiple endings.
  • Old Faces, New Mysteries – Characters from the award-winning Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors and Virtue’s Last Reward are joined by a new cast of participants to bring first-time players up to speed and conclude the series for longtime fans.

If you missed it, catch a trailer for the PlayStation 4 version here.

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