A Nier Automata sequel could possibly be in development | [News]

A Nier Automata sequel could be in development in the near future sooner than we think. The Japanese title was an instant hit with in Japan and the Western world universally selling approximately 2 million units, Square Enix announced Potential jobs for Japanese residents in the gaming industry the job listings consisted of Nier Automata related projects. 

Also in the latest issue of the Japanese publication Dengeko PlayStation it was translated by  Gematsu — producer Yosuke Saito hints that something is in the works. “As for a game, we’re making preparations for the setting,” Saito says. “I hope you will look forward to it.”

Saito is then asked whether nutty director Yoko Taro will play a part. He replies: “I would like to believe (laughs). Yoko says he will do anything as long as he receives money for it, but there is no one who doesn’t move for money as much as that man. He only wants to do what he wants to do. So I’ll try my best to explicitly say what he doesn’t want to do to guide him towards what I want to do (laughs).”


Platinum Games Inc., Square Enix and Yoko Taro could be teasing the sequel for Nier Automata or maybe a Drakengard remake or even new addition, what is the likelihood of that ? this is exciting news 2B and 9S and A2 are badass androids and we could learn a lot more about them potentially what do you think sound off in the comments and let me know. Stay tuned to Scorpzgca.com for all your digital entertainment news.



Date published: 12/11/17

Written by: Joseph Opoku 

Source: (1) Push Square (2) Gematsu

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8 thoughts on “A Nier Automata sequel could possibly be in development | [News]

      1. Yeah. I never really played any of the Drakengaurd series or the original NieR. It would be cool if they did something to make fans understand the original content and story.


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