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Nier: Automata Has Shipped Over 2.5 Million Units Worldwide


This has got 2B great news for Square Enix.

Just over a year after Nier: Automata‘s release, Square Enix has announced that the title has now shipped over 2.5 million units, both at retail and accounting for digital sales.

The news came via the game’s official Twitter account, and indicates that around half a million copies have been shipped since September 2017, when the title hit the 2 million milestone.

After its February 2017 release in Japan, Nier: Automata hit one million units shipped by April, which turned into 1.5 million a month later, in May.

Last week, the game’s director, Yoko Taro, released a special anniversary message that was just as delightfully irreverent as you’d expect, and is worth watching to the very end. Square Enix is planning fan events to mark the anniversary of the North American and European release, with details to come at a later date.

It’s also been recently revealed that Nier: Automata still holds one “final” “unpleasant” secret that has yet to be discovered, and while we can offer you a hand unlocking the multiple endings, you’ll have to figure out the last, remaining secret on your own.

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