NieR Re[in]carnation Release Date Revealed With New Trailer (VIDEO)
NieR Replicant did a great job at giving fans another entry point into the strange and wonderful mind of Yoko Taro. While the title was but a modern take on the original Japanese release of the game, fans can look forward to a brand new tale set in the same universe thanks to NieR Re[in]carnation, the free to play mobile title announced last year. Now, Square Enix released a new trailer for the game that brings with it its official release date.
As reported by IGN, NieR Re[in]carnation will be releasing on July 28th, 2021 for Android & iOS devices. The game will be free to download and include in-app purchases, as is standard for most prominent mobile games. The new trailer offers another in-depth look at The Cage, the realm that appears to be the central focus of the game and where our protagonist the Girl in White first awakens. Check out the trailer below:
Here’s the breakdown of NieR Re[in]carnation courtesy of Square Enix, just don’t expect it to help much because, you know, Yoko Taro.
– Story / It is a place called The Cage.
A girl awakens on a cold stone floor.
She finds herself in an infinitely vast place filled with buildings that touch the very sky.
Guided by a mysterious creature who calls herself Mama, she begins to explore her new surroundings.
To reclaim what she has lost—and atone for her sins—she sets off on a journey through this place of unknown creation.
…A place known as The Cage.
As mentioned, NieR Re[in]carnation will be releasing on July 28th for Android & iOS devices. Those that pre-register the game via Google Play or the App Store will qualify for some in-game rewards, which will scale up depending on how many players pre-register.
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