Nier Automata sales reached another milestone with 5 million units sold

NieR: Automata has reached a major sales milestone. An official Twitter account on Twitter revealed that the title had been transferred by 5 million units.

At the Tokyo Game Show, Platinum Games revealed that the title reached 4.85 million copies sold. It only takes three more months to reach a new milestone and just under nine months since the title reached 4.5 million marker units.

Serial producer Yosuke Saito said the team was thinking of “doing something” when the game reached this new milestone. They had previously staged an online party when the game reached 4 million units sold. As the announcement approaches the holiday season, and Covid-19 is still raging around the world, it will probably be a new year before the team decides to celebrate with the fans of the game.

NieR: Automata puts players in a proxy war between terrestrial androids and mechanical invaders from another planet. The protagonists 2B and 9S are part of the YoRH forces fighting alongside the Earth’s resistance androids to repel the invasion. YorHA edition of the game, which also includes 3C3C1D119440927 The DLC expansion and several Pod Skins are currently declining at the end of the year Holiday sales at the PlayStation Store. Those who would rather try before they buy can download the free demo.

Next NieR the title to be published will be NieR: RepliCant ver.1.22474487139…, an upgraded version of the PlayStation 3 title released exclusively in Japan in 2010. The game tells an alternative to the story of NieR, a version of the game released in the west. Not only the remaster for the PlayStation 4, the gameplay mechanics will improve, new scenarios have been added, the game world has been expanded, the soundtrack has been redesigned to include new songs and the dialogue has been re-recorded. The game is set to be released on April 23 on PS4, Xbox On and PC.