NieR: Automata The End of Yorha Receives A Beautiful New Trailer

Explore the abysmal yet beautiful world of NieR Automata in a completely revamped world

When playing NieR: Automata, I always felt a sense of dread, every human has left and we, humanoid machines complete their numbing tasks in a world where sentient beings rule. But at the same time, I felt hope, one that got more prominent as I played through the title.

In NieR: Automata, human-crafted androids set out to rescue a deserted Earth from an alien-robot army fueled by their desire to eradicate all humans and establish total control of the forsaken world.

The game explores the chronicles of a combat android, 2B, scanner android, 9S, and rogue prototype, A2, and their struggle to reclaim the machine-driven dystopia plagued by powerful machines.

Recently, the NieR fanbase was getting teasers for a new version of the game which would include new missions and areas to explore, and the trailer for that teaser has been officially revealed. The version named NieR: Automata The End of Yorha. the name itself speaks out a lot about the premise of the game as well.

The largest addition to this version is the City Ruins. The ruins of an abandoned city have been reclaimed by nature, something we had seen in a lot of areas of the game. Along with overgrown greenery, we have new vendors and NPCs which most definitely focus on the ruins themselves.

Along with the new and improved main game, we have the new 3C3C1D119440927 DLC, NieR: Automata The End of YoRHa Edition includes an all-new exclusive new DLC called 6C2P4A118680823. This adds six new costumes, two each for the main characters of the show, 9S, 2B, and A2.

This new version will be released on 6th October. So if anyone wants to pick up the title, now would be a great time to do so. What do you think about the new version of the game? Let us know in the comments below.

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Ahmed Shayan


Moving from genre to genre, Shayan is always looking for the next immersive title that he can sink his teeth into. Whenever he is free, he can be found exploring the infinite universe in No Man's Sky or camping on a corner in Valorant.