Square Enix Shares Piano Cover of “Pascal” from NieR:Automata

Square Enix Music’s official YouTube channel has shared an official piano cover of an iconic track from NieR:Automata titled “Pascal.” Attributed to the titular character, this take on the song feels far more sorrowful and chaotic than its original composition, probably at least partially due to the absence of vocals.

Composed by Keiichi Okabe, Takurou Iga arranged and performed this piano cover. In addition, piano performances of “The Dark Colossus Destroys All” and “Song of the Ancients” were also shared by Square Enix.

You can listen to the piano cover of “Pascal” below:

We provided intricate coverage for an interview conducted by Shuhei Yoshida with NieR series director Yoko Taro, producer Yosuke Saito, and composer Keiichi Okabe.

NieR:Automata The End of YoRHa Edition is now available for Nintendo Switch worldwide. The first iteration of the game, simply NieR:Automata, is available for PlayStation 4, Xbox, and PC, with the Xbox version containing the colosseum DLC without extra purchases.

The game has a physical release with a reversible cover, and it is not a Cloud version. It includes all existing DLC and new NieR Replicant & Re[in]carnation costumes.

NieR:Automata was initially released in 2017 on PlayStation 4 and PC, with an Xbox One release in 2018. The game follows characters named 2B and 9S, who are agents of Yorha, an organization tasked with various combative and information-gathering missions. This entry became highly popularized for its storytelling and characters in a fusion of action, exploration, and shmup elements.

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