NieR: Automata Getting Playable Demo this Year, Rich Collector’s Edition for Japan

on September 17, 2016 12:22 AM

During a stage event at Tokyo Game Show, Square Enix announced a rich collector’s edition named “Box Edition” of NieR: Automata, for now for the Japanese market.

The edition, which you can see below, costs 25,800 yen, and includes a special box, a beautiful figure representing 2B, a novel, an artbook, a soundtrack, and a bonus download code.

On top of that, the game is going to get a demo (even if we don’t know if it’ll be published in the west as well), which wil release at the end of the year,


 /  Executive News Editor
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