In Japan, the PlayStation 4 version will launch on February 21, 2019 for 4,800 yen, followed by the PC (Steam) version on February 27. In North America and Europe, both the PlayStation 4 and PC versions will launch on February 26 for $39.99. The game will be available both physically and digitally on PlayStation 4.
The full list of included content is as follows:
- Main Game: NieR: Automata
- DLC: 3C3C1D119440927
- Bonus Content
- Accessory: Machine Mask
- Pod Model: Grimoire Weiss
- Pod Skin: Cardboard
- Pod Skin: Retro Red
- Pod Skin: Retro Grey
- PlayStation 4-only Pod Skin: Play System
- PlayStation 4-only Pod Skin: Amazarashi
- PlayStation 4-only Bonus: Dynamic Theme
- PlayStation 4-only Bonus: 15 PlayStation Network Avatars
- PC-only Accessory: Valve
- PC-only Bonus: Two New Wallpapers
Square Enix has asked me for a comment to mark the announcement of NieR: Automata Game of the YoRHa Edition.
Now that you mention it, NieR: Automata was first released on February 23, 2017 in Japan, March 7, 2017 in America, and March 10, 2017 in Europe.
I have noticed something bizarre and fascinating about these numbers.
If you write these dates out in long-form as 20170223, 20170307, and 20170310, then add all three numbers together, you get 60510840.
If you take that total, split the digits in two down the middle, making 6051 and 0840, then subtract the second number from the first… unbelievably you get 5211!!
That’s right, a number completely devoid of all meaning!
Just like life really, isn’t it? Over and out.
View a set of box arts at the gallery