Zero Escape: Zero Time Dilemma finally came out this summer on both Nintendo 3DS, PS Vita and PC so that fans of Kotaro Uchikoshi's philosophical/ sci-fi graphic adventure series could experience the grand finale of the trilogy. Now, so soon after its release, what could a new announcement mean?
That's what fans are currently asking themselves after publisher Aksys Games tweeted the teaser message "Zero Escape news in October. #MakeMeHungryIn4ishWords" along with the picture below.
Now, it's highly unlikely that this is about a new game in the series so early (especially given the last entry took a long time to complete), so the safest bet is to assume that PC gamers will be finally able to play the highly acclaimed series as a whole, this including both 999: Nine Persons, Nine Hours, Nine Doors and Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward adaptations. PC port rumours aren't new, so it'd only mean official confirmation and launch price/date.
Other, riskier bets say this would mean 999 port to 3DS and Vita (so that both handhelds get the full trilogy), home console adaptations or even taking the new Nintendo Switch into account. As the announcement is happening in October, there's now less than a week's time left to know. What would you like it to mean?