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NieR Automata Trailer Reveals Crossover With Dragon Quest

By   /   Dec 17, 2016

NieR Automata is one of the most anticipated games to come out next year and lately Square Enix has been revealing new details about the game. Now Square Enix has released another NieR Automata trailer that reveals the game’s crossover with Dragon Quest.

This new NieR Automata trailer was revealed during Jump Festa in Tokyo. The trailer gives us another glimpse of the Engine Blade from Final Fantasy XV and that is not all as Square Enix has confirmed another crossover weapon for the game.

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The trailer reveals that Cypress Stick Weapon from Dragon Quest will also be available in NieR Automata.

Also, Square Enix has confirmed the PlayStation 4 Pro support for the game and also detailed how the game will be taking advantage of the upgraded console.

According to the devs, the game will run at 60 FPS on both PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 4 Pro. However, the game will have different resolutions on both systems. The PlayStation 4 version of NieR Automata will run at native 1600×900 resolution and PS4 Pro version will run at native 1080p resolution.

Also, the game will not support 4K resolution for PlayStation 4 Pro and according to the devs, the reason for not supporting 4K is that they will be using the extra power of the console to implement better visuals.

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Also, Square Enix has confirmed that a demo for NieR Automata will be available on December 22, 2016.

Nier Automata is a third-person action RPG in development at Platinum Games and will launch on February 23, 2017 in Japan, March 7, 2017 in North America and March 10 in Europe for PC and PlayStation 4.