NieR:Automata Ver 1.1a Soundtrack Releasing April 2023; 15 Tracks
Square Enix has announced that pre-orders for the 1-CD original soundtrack of the NieR:Automata Ver 1.1a anime will ship via several Japanese retailers on April 26, 2023. Additionally, pre-orders are now available. The soundtrack will not include the anime’s opening or ending songs. Instead, 15 rearrangements will be included. Further, the booklet that will arrive with the package will contain notes from various members of the staff, including the animation director, and NieR composer, Keiichi Okabe.
The full tracklist has not yet been provided, but Japanese fans and those who utilize proxy services can pre-order the soundtrack for ¥2,750, with purchases made via Amazon Japan providing a case for the album.
For the full list of participating retailers, check out the soundtrack’s official website.
The NieR:Automata Ver 1.1a anime also recently announced café, hot springs, and nyaform collaborations with Japanese companies, revealing new illustrations of protagonists 2B, 9S, and A2.
We provided intricate coverage for an interview conducted by Shuhei Yoshida with NieR series director Yoko Taro, producer Yosuke Saito, and composer Keiichi Okabe.
Aniplex has shared the creditless opening and ending sequences for the NieR:Automata Ver 1.1a anime.
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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