Nier Replicant ver.1.22474487139… was shown off from Square Enix via their Tokyo Game Show 2020 live stream. This presentation included a brand new trailer, as well as some slight footage of combat and detailed looks at the western and Japanese box arts. The limited-edition, called the “White Snow Edition,” was also revealed.
You can view the brand new trailer for this upcoming title below:
NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139… is a modern retelling of the original NieR Replicant, which was initially released in Japan in 2010. This title acts as a prequel to the highly critically acclaimed Nier Automata. It will serve as a gateway for players only familiar with that title to experience this completely redone chapter. Composer Keiichi Okabe, known for his work on Tekken and NieR, has been confirmed to work on this title’s soundtrack. Additionally, character designer, Akihiko Yoshida, known for his work on Final Fantasy XIV and Bravely Default, has worked on this title’s visuals and character art.
The “White Snow Edition” can now be pre-ordered from the North American Square Enix store for $159.99. This stunning collector’s boxset includes a Steelbook case, three pin badges, seven books, including spoken scripts from the game, which are only available in English. Lastly, a two-disc soundtrack CD set is also included. This CD set contains songs from the game itself on one disc, while the other disc holds arrangements of in-game tracks overseen by Keiichi Okabe.
Pre-ordering this title digitally on Playstation 4 will give players a dynamic theme, an avatar set, and a mini soundtrack featuring samplings from the “White Snow Edition” CDs.
Pre-ordering this title digitally on Xbox One will give players a mini soundtrack featuring samplings from the “White Snow Edition” CDs.
Pre-ordering this title on Steam will give players a special digital wallpaper collection, as well as a mini soundtrack featuring samplings from the “White Snow Edition” CDs.
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