NieR Re[in]carnation Revealed In Haunting New Trailer (VIDEO)
We’ve had very little news about the future of the NieR franchise for some time now. Fans of the series can certainly look forward to the YoRHa Boys prequel novel and the upcoming upgraded version of NieR Replicant, though we’ve not heard a peep out of Yoko Taru regarding the actual future of the series until now. It appears that the next foray into the post-apocalyptic franchise is making the jump to mobile games with the newly revealed NieR Re[in]carnation.
Developed by Applibot and produced by Square Enix, we don’t exactly know much about NieR Re[in]carnation other than the game’s newly revealed teaser trailer. Said trailer offers but a brief glimpse at the game, featuring a young girl(?) running through ruins accompanied by a floating companion wearing a ghost outfit. Check it out below:
Many folks have already begun to point out that the character seen in the trailer very well could be a young – or reincarnated – Kainé. That said, this is Yoko Taro we’re dealing with, so there’s simply too much we don’t know to simply be assuming that that’s the case. Still, even if it is for mobile devices, the NieR franchise – and its amazing music – is officially back.
NieR Re[in]carnation is now in development for Android an iOS devices.
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