NieR Re[in]carnation Shares Captivating 1-Year Japan Anniversary Artwork By Lownine
Square Enix has shared celebratory artwork for NieR Re[in]carnation’s 1-year Japan anniversary, illustrated by talented artist Lownine. The scenery of this piece is especially gorgeous, excellently depicting a vast field of azure petals akin to an ocean.
You can view the official tweet initially sharing this notable commemorative artwork below:
We are celebrating the Japanese 1st Anniversary!
Enjoy this illustration created by @Lownine pic.twitter.com/VWsZnUUsDJ
— NieR Re［in］carnation EN (@NieRReinEN) February 25, 2022
- NieR Re[in]carnation recently re-launched its NieR:Automata collaboration to enhance the hype for its 1-year anniversary.
- If you missed it, check out our review of the title back during its initial western launch state.
- Additionally, check out our review for NieR: Replicant Ver. 1.22474487139, the latest console outing for the series.
- A NieR:Automata anime was recently announced.
NieR Re[in]carnation introduces a girl who wakes up in a mysterious place. Guided only by a creature known as “Mama,” the girl sets out to get back what was lost and atone for her sins. Inside what is known as the Cage, she will find her answers.
During gameplay, players will battle monsters using a command screen. In addition, there’s equipment that can be found and customized across your party with an auto-mode option that attacks enemies. The game is aimed to be easy to play, even for those who are not good at games.
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