Nier: Automata Has Gone Gold

Nier: Automata Has Gone Gold

Action-RPG Nier: Automata has gone gold, publisher Square Enix has announced.

The game’s producer, Yosuke Saito tweeted the news (translated by Gematsu), apparently stating that the game actually went gold long ago. He didn’t specify exactly when the game was completed, however.

If you can’t wait until the game’s March 7 release date for PS4 (March 10 in Europe and Australia; later in 2017 on PC) to play it, you can check out a free demo on the PlayStation Store now.

The demo’s description on the Store says it is set in an abandoned factory, and it “follows android 2B’s mission to destroy a massive enemy weapon that lies within.”

The game is made by PlatinumGames, the developer of acclaimed action titles like The Wonderful 101 and Bayonetta.

Platinum was also developing the Xbox One and PC-exclusive game Scalebound, before that got canceled by publisher Microsoft. Xbox boss Phil Spencer has since said the game’s cancellation is “better for Xbox gamers.”

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