NieR Replicant Project Gestalt Recollections–File 02 Novel Launching West March 2024; Physical & Digital Pre-Orders Available

Square Enix has announced that the NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139…: Project Gestalt Recollections–File 02 (Novel) is now available for pre-order via various Western retailers ahead of its unveiled launch date of March 19, 2024.

Written by Jun Eishima, with the original story penned by Yoko Taro, this novelization and expanded retelling of NieR Replicant will conclude in this 304-page novel occurring after the game’s time-skip. You can read its quoted synopsis below:

“Grimoire Weiss. Kaine. Emil.

With the help of his newfound companions, a now-grown Nier continues searching for the Shadowlord who stole away with his little sister, Yonah.

Standing in his way are forces beyond imagining: Stone fragments. Sacrifice. Wolves. A little mermaid. The twins. Each is another step toward the truth of the world-and another step on his path to reclaim what has been lost.

This is the second and final volume of NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139… Project Gestalt Recollections.”

Store links for the novel’s hardcover release ($27.99) are listed below:

Store links for the novel’s digital release ($13.99) are listed below:

NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139 is a remake of NieR Gestalt, which was released exclusively in Japan. The series is a spin-off of the Drakengard series but found fame after the release of NieR: Automata. Some say it was for the action systems; others say it was for the attractive characters. Regardless, it’s a rather pretty game.

During gameplay, players will join a rather untraditional party of characters as they each fight against enemies known as Shades. The gameplay also allows players the chance to take on side missions and even fish. Voiced lines have been added to the game, with the same cast.

In case you missed it, check out our review.

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