Another anime adaptation of Nier Automata is coming to us. Yes! You heard it right. The upcoming project is Nier: Automata Ver. 1.1a. Through engaging stories about military robots androids B2 and 9S, this game has already captured the attention of gamers. In addition, the game’s anime looks of the game have also added to its popularity.
Nier: Automata became an immediate hit for Square Enix, soon after its release in 2017. This huge success of the game may be ascribed to the stunning its stunning gameplay and unique storyline. The developers had already announced an anime adaptation of the game back in February 2022. Finally, on the 24 of September, the official first look of the same was released. Anime fans have been super excited for this release, especially after the towering success of Cyberpunk Edgerunners. If you wish to know more about this highly anticipated anime release, then this article is the perfect stop for you. Keep reading this article to know more about the upcoming Nier: Automata Ver. 1.1a.
Nier: The Release Window
As per official announcement of the release window, the developers will premiere Nier: Automata Ver. 1.1a in January 2023. However, there is no official announcement regarding the release date.
We also know that A-1 Pictures is producing this series. For those who do not know, let me clarify by A-1 Pictures is a top-class studio. In fact, this studio is associated with Blue Exorcist Kyoto Saga, Sword Art Online and the Persona franchise’s film adaptation. Therefore, you can expect a roller-coaster production to hit the server in 2023.
Along with the announcement of the release window for the anime, a trailer was also launched recently. This trailer is divided into two short character teasers, featuring androids B2 and 9S in action. At the same time, the trailer confirmed that the original voices from the game- Natsuki Hanae and Yui Ishikawa will be retained in the anime.
You can easily check the trailer out from the link given below:
We do not know much about the storyline of the anime, as there is scarce information at present. However, we are sure that the story will not be the same as in the game. In fact, a conversation between the original game director, Yoko Taro and the series director, Ryouji Masuyama, disclosed this detail.
According to Taro, the story in the anime will include significant changes from the original story of the game. Thus, this makes the point clear that the anime will follow a different, if not completely different storyline, as compared to the game.
This is all about the upcoming. However, we will update you further on the developments, as soon as we get them.