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NieR: Automata original soundtrack set will feature vinyl LPs

Published: 18:35, 21 September 2017
Updated: 09:12, 21 September 2018
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Square Enix announced today that worldwide shipment and digital sales of NieR:Automata, have exceeded two million units. A DLC pack for the game is available now. NieR:Automata is on sale via Steam and PlayStation Store until next week.

NieR:Automata launched for PC and PlayStation 4 in March 2017. The game was developed in collaboration with Platinum Games and published by Square Enix. The publisher announced today that the worldwide shipment and digital sales of NieR:Automata, have exceeded two million units.

Additionally, the NieR: Automata / NIER: Gestalt & Replicant original soundtrack vinyl box set will be available to pre-order in Europe and PAL territories on 25 September 2017. The deal will only be available via the . The box set will launch in December and feature four vinyl LPs with a variety of tracks selected by series composer Keiichi Okabe, as well as exclusive illustrations from Tokyo Ghoul illustrator Sui Ishida.

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Fans can also relive the music from NieR:Automata in the NieR Music Concert & Talk Live and NieR Music Concert: The Memories of Puppets Blu-rays are available to pre-order now, also from the Square Enix Online Store.

NieR:Automata is available now for the PlayStation 4 and PC in Europe and PAL territories. Remember the " " DLC pack? It's available for PlayStation 4 and PC. The pack was announced during the Nier: Automata One Million Shipments livestream.

The pack features three new coliseums, and some fresh side missions. Rewards for the completed side missions include some new outfits for the three androids, fresh tracks for your jukebox, cosmetic accessories and a spray to change the hair colour of 2B and A2's hair, as well as masks with some cool effects and bullets that change the appearance of enemy bullets.

Square Enix Screenshot from NieR: Automata showing its hack and slash action. NieR: Automata

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