Nier: Automata Extended Gameplay Trailer

Runtime: 27:50    Author: squareenix    Category: Trailers

Publisher Square Enix have released a new video for Nier: Automata, their upcoming character-action game from developer PlatinumGames. In it, you’ll get an extended look at the RPG systems on offer, including:

  • “Reliquary” System – Players can return to where their characters were defeated to gain additional buffs, or even gain an ally to assist in their battle against the fearsome machines.
  • 17 Different Pod Skills – Using “Pods,” your mini-robot companions, players can not only temporarily hover or be thrown distances to access additional areas, but each Pod can be programmed with a variety of offensive and defense skills, including lasers, hammers, and more. By using up to three Pods at the same time, players can also charge their skills to make them up to three times stronger.
  •  “Plug-in-Chip” System – By installing chips into your android body, players can increase damage and add skills to help survive against enemies.
  • Riding System – Players can ride boars and other wildlife for quicker travel, while also using them to attack.
  • Quest Hub – As players immerse themselves in the desolate world, they can take on a variety of sub-quests from multiple Quest Hubs scattered throughout.
  • Fishing Mini-game – Players can catch a variety of fish through this mini-game to sell or gain temporary beneficial status effect.

Nier: Automata is set to release on March 10 for PlayStation 4.



 

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Comments Comments (5)

 
Posted by Paorio
On Thursday 2 Mar 2017 1:35 PM
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So my friend, even with his preorder, decided to buy this game on the japanese store (which you can play completely in english) because it came out a bit earlier, he loves it, he can't contain his joy, honestly it's bloody annoying
 
 
 
Posted by Zolen
On Thursday 2 Mar 2017 1:52 PM
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It looks fun ... but also grindy, Will have to play to decide if the ballance is right.
 
 
 
Posted by ThatUndeadLegacy
On Friday 3 Mar 2017 8:49 AM
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2 March 2017, 01:52 PM Reply to Zolen
It looks fun ... but also grindy, Will have to play to decide if the ballance is right.
Japanese rpg games seem to love being grindy, Well im thinking that after playing the Tales games.
 
 
 
Posted by ptys
On Sunday 12 Mar 2017 12:03 PM
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Weapon positioning is kind of odd, look forward to playing it however.
 
 
 
Posted by chonggi724
On Friday 17 Mar 2017 8:42 PM
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Daymn this looks awesome!