Announced on the Nintendo Direct last night, World’s End Club is an intriguing prospect for fans of Danganronpa and Zero Escape, and not just because the team behind it worked on those games in the past.
Although we don’t have a lot of info on the upcoming game, we know it’s about a group of 12-year-olds called the Go-Getters Club, who get trapped in a strange underwater theme park and are forced to play for their survival in a “Fate Game” by a sadistic clown. Honestly, if that doesn’t honk your excitement horn, what will?
Two special physical editions of the game are in the works: the Deluxe Edition, which comes with a mini art book, a soundtrack sampler, and a reversible cover; and the $80 (£57) Limited Edition, which gets you a full art book, the full soundtrack, an acrylic stand of protagonist Reycho riding the carousel, and a Club Leader’s Badge enamel pin.
The Deluxe Edition will be available “at all major participating retailers”, according to NIS America, but the Limited Edition is only available through their website. Pre-orders can be placed now, but won’t be shipped out until the game releases on the 28th May.