Square Enix Teases New Game with Weapons from NieR: Automata, Secret of Mana and More

Square Enix is teasing just another mobile series, but this time around it's done with weapons from NieR: Automata, Romancing SaGA and the Mana series.

on September 16, 2017 6:08 PM

Square Enix is playing with our feelings again, using elements from fan-favorite series for a mobile game.

The publisher opened a new teaser website for a new iOS and Android project featuring a few weapons from popular games of the past.

We get to see blades from Nier: Automata, Legend of Mana, Secret of Mana, Romancing SaGa, and Romancing SaGa: Minstrel Song. 

Th count down is st to end on Wednesday at 4:00 PM Japan time.

While we don’t know what the game is all about the URL of the website includes the acronym “BOB,” which could indicate that the title might indeed be something about “blades.”

The the site’s code also includes the following sentence (translated from Japanese): “Legendary Weapons gather here from masterpiece series by Square Enix! A new project for smartphone games begins!”

This isn’t the first mobile game featuring elements from Yoko Taro’s own SINoALICE NieR: Automata, as Square Enix released crossover elements on both and Final Fantasy: Brave Exvius. Yet, this time around, it seems to be built-in from the start.

On the other hand, console and PC gamers are getting a remake of Secret of Mana on PS4, PS Vita and Steam, which is nothing to scoff at.

Square Enix Teases New Game with Weapons from NieR: Automata, Secret of Mana and More

 /  Executive News Editor
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