NieR: Automata, Valkyria Revolution, and Aokana HD Edition demos now available in Japan

Three new demos released on Japanese PlayStation Store.

NieR: Automata, Valkyria Revolution, and Aokana HD Edition

Demos for Square Enix’s NieR: Automata, Sega’s Valkyria Revolution, and Sprite’s Aokana: Four Rhythm Across the Blue HD Edition are now available for PlayStation 4 via the PlayStation Store in Japan.

Queue up the demo downloads through the links below:

  • Aokana: Four Rhythm Across the Blue HD Edition (3.0 GB)
  • NieR: Automata (4.4 GB) – Set in an abandoned factory and follows android 2B’s mission to destroy a massive enemy that lies within. (Update: The Japanese demo has English text and voice settings.)
  • Valkyria Revolution (2.4 GB) – Features the prologue in its entirety. Play the first mission, in which key people such as the Circle of Five and Imperial Emperor appear. It also depicts how the war between the Jutland Kingdom and Rus Empire started, and the start of the protagonist’s “revenge” hidden in the background of the war. Save data from the demo can be carried over to the full game when it launches and is also cross-save compatible.

The NieR: Automata demo will be available on the western PlayStation Stores tomorrow, December 22. A PS Vita version of the Valkyria Revolution demo will launch in Japan on December 26.

Update 9:00 p.m.: Here’s 35 minutes of footage from the NieR: Automata demo:

View a set of screenshots at the gallery.

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