NieR: Automata has been five years since its release. The title developed by PlatinumGames recently held a streaming event, in which they announced an anime and more news. His next video game, Babylon’s Fall, also published by Square Enix, will be released very soon and will include a collaboration with Yoko Taro’s game.
In the heat of its first season, The Eternal Ziggurat, players will be able to enjoy a temporary event based on NieR: Automata. According to official information, this content has been supervised by Taro himself and by designer Takahisa Taura. It will include outfits of well-known characters like 2B, 9S, and A2. In addition, users will be able to explore a dungeon, participate in battles and complete some quests.
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— BABYLON’S FALL (@BabylonsFall_EN) February 25, 2022
Babylon’s Fall Season 1 All Contents
Babylon’s Fall will be released on March 3 on PS4, PS5 and PC. However, those who have purchased the Deluxe Edition will have the opportunity to access the game from today, February 25. Both the NieR: Automata collaboration and the first season have already started. And what does the first season introduce?
- New game modes.
- Skirmish secondary missions, in which we will fight against powerful enemies.
- Siege: missions that change week by week and that offer rewards.
- Duel: Missions focused on fighting powerful final bosses.
- Gauntlet: Missions in which players compete for the highest scores.
- Additional faction: Molzamite.
- Additional weapon type: Labrys.
- More story content, new bosses, armor, quests, and more.
PlatinumGames is immersed in the development of other long-awaited video games. Bayonetta 3, exclusive to Nintendo Switch, will be marketed during this year 2022, although Nintendo has not yet revealed the specific release date. Hideki Kamiya, the director of Okami, works at Project G.G and has revealed that he wants to resume development of Scalebound, a game canceled by Microsoft. Of course, the resurrection of this video game still travels in the field of wishes, not of facts.
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