NieR: Automata Gains New Screenshots Showing Battle Scenes
(Last Updated On: November 8, 2016)

Square Enix and Platinum Games have releases another big batch of screenshots that reflect some of the features that will be in their game, NieR: Automata. The RPG adventure game is set to release on PS4 in Japan on February 23rd, and for PS4 and PC via Steam in the West sometime in early 2017.

If you are here to see more stills of NieR: Automata you came to the right place. I’m sure in the near future we will get to see some more gameplay that shows new and different locations, but in the meantime we get to look at some new images that Square Enix released for the RPG adventure game.

The new images revolve heavily around battle stills and what players will be able to do during conflicts. The screenshots portray 2B uppercutting enemies with the newly showcased melee fist weapons, her using single and two handed swords and much more.

If you want you can check out all 18 screenshots showing NieR: Automata, which all 18 screenshots sit below.

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The previous or last info regarding Platinum Games upcoming project geared more towards actual gameplay that lasted for 31 minutes. If you missed it and seek to catch up on all of the content shown in the video, you can watch the older video that starts at 19:03.

Those who are looking to play the demo for NieR: Automata will have to wait as of now seeing how the demo is set to release at the end of this year. This was announced by producer Yosuke Saito, who further elaborated that…

“I want users to properly experience NieR: Automata with a demo of a 30-to-40 minute, sit-down-and-play kind of volume.”

NieR: Automata is set to release on PS4 in Japan on February 23rd, and for PS4 and PC via Steam in the West sometime early 2017.


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    Can’t wait.

    I can’t recall ever playing a 30-40 minute demo.