Zanki Zero Game's Western Release Delayed to April 9
posted on by Karen Ressler
Spike Chunsoft, Inc., Spike Chunsoft's North American subsidiary, announced on Wednesday that its release of the Zanki Zero: Last Beginning PlayStation 4 and PC game has been postponed to April 9. The game was previously slated for March 19.
The game will have a physical and digital release for PlayStation 4. The PlayStation 4 launch edition will include a soundtrack CD, which will also be available as an early purchase bonus for PC.
The game shipped in Japan on July 5 for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita. The game will not get a PlayStation Vita release in the West.
The game focuses on the last eight humans left alive, each one labelled with a different sin: police officer Minamo (pride), editor Haruto (sloth), heiress Yuma (gluttony), doctor Mamoru (greed), florist Rinko (lust), farmer Zen (wrath), artist Ryō (envy), and a girl named Sachika (original sin). They exist because their bodies are human clones. They will age and die within 13 days, but they can be reborn.
The game's team, including Yoshinori Terasawa and Takayuki Sugawara, previously developed the Danganronpa series. If the player has save data from Danganronpa, that game's mascot character Monokuma can appear in Zanki Zero.
Source: Press Release