The free-to-play RPG mobile game Nier Reincarnation stylized as “Nier Re[in]carnation” will release globally on July 28 for both iOS and Android devices, it previously launched in Japan in February. Square Enix has released the opening cinematic for the upcoming video game, which you can also check out. This follows a pre-registration period of over a month that seems to have been fairly successful as there is a new target number of 600,000 pre-registrations after having exceeded 400,000 pre-registrations.
Basically, Nier Reincarnation is the first mobile title in the series and the team includes creative director Yoko Taro, composer Keiichi Okabe, and producer Yosuke Saito.
Pre-registering for Nier Reincarnation helps earn a whole bunch of free goodies. Hitting 600,000 pre-registrations will earn all players enough digital currency to make 15 “summons” in the video game for free in addition to materials for enhancing characters, as per today’s announcement.
Nier Reincarnation tells the story of a girl who awakens in a mysterious place known as The Cage. Square Enix’s description of the upcoming mobile game reads. “Guided by a creature who calls herself Mama, the girl sets off on a journey through The Cage to reclaim what she has lost and to atone for her sins.”
As mentioned above, Nier Reincarnation’s English version is set to release on July 28th for both iOS and Android and it is a free-to-play video game with in-app purchases and an in-game currency called gems. Pre-registration remains live on both iOS and Android devices via the App Store and Google Play Store.
So this is all about it. Also, tell us how you are excited about the release of the game in the comment section.