NieR: Automata, a special event announced: news awaited

NieR: Automata, a special event announced: news awaited


NieR: Automata will be the protagonist of a special event for its fifth anniversary, which will be streamed on 23 February at 10.00, Italian time, and which will include some news regarding the famous series created by Yoko Taro.

Some a day ago the news broke that NieR: Automata could become an anime, and there is the possibility that during this event an official announcement will be made about it, but clearly all the doors are open.

Considering in fact that Five years have passed since the launch of NieR: Automata and in the meantime the franchise has been brought to stores only with the remaster of NieR Replicant ver. 1.22474487139, we could also hope for confirmation that the team is working on a new chapter.

That said, there's also a chance NieR: Automata itself will come back with a next-gen update for PS5 and Xbox Series X | S, though Taro and his collaborators haven't paid much attention to support so far of the new platforms.

In short, we are really curious to know what will be said during the event, in the hope of being able to keep expectations in check. The appointment, as mentioned, is set for 23 February at 10.00, Italian time.

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Morbid Metal Is a NieR-Inspired Roguelite Where You Control a Team of Up to 4

Morbid Metal is a third-person roguelite that looks like a cross between Bright Memory and Devil May Cry — and it’s almost entirely made by one person, Felix Schade. A Morbid Metal Steam trailer for the Risk of Rain 2 and NieR-inspired action adventure debuted today and brings heavy metal alongside all the robotic hacking and slashing. It’s brutally fast-paced, with players able to increase their potential damage output through the ability to shapeshift between four different characters in real time.

Each playable build has unique abilities and advantages to learn as the game progresses through its semi-procedurally generated world, and the combat system will enable players to execute combos with style. There will be bosses to fight and more biomes than the jungle settings we’ve seen so far as well. If you like what you see here, Schade provides regular updates about the game on Twitter. A January 2021 video showed how that shapeshifting feature works with a look at a placeholder character.

Here is a little showcase of the real-time character switching/ shapeshifting! The second character is obviously still using a placeholder model 🙃#gamedev #indiedev #indiegame #unity3d #madewithunity #shader

— Felix Schade – Morbid Metal SoloDev (@PHO3LIX_) January 14, 2021

Morbid Metal currently has no release window, but it can be wishlisted at its new Steam page and the trailer is available below to enjoy. If you want yet one more difficult game with permadeath in your life, this could be the one.

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