NieR: Automata – End of YoRHa Edition is Out Now on Nintendo Switch

The Switch version of NieR: Automata, titled The End of YoRHa Edition, is out now. Alongside the game, there is also a free exclusive DLC featuring more skins and costumes.

Posted By | On 07th, Oct. 2022

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NieR: Automata – The End of YoRHa Edition is out now on Nintendo Switch. The game is available through the eShop, and is priced at $39.99. The download weighs in at around 11GB. There is also a physical release, which includes reversible box art featuring A2, designed by concept artist Koda Kazua.

Alongside the base game, the Switch release of Nier: Automata also includes content from the 3C3C1D119440927 DLC—three colosseums and new costumes. There is also a free 6C2P4A118680823 DLC, exclusive to the Switch release, which adds six new costumes, four new accessories, and two pod skins to the game.

NieR: Automata – The End of YoRHa Edition recently got a trailer that showed off some fights from the game’s opening level—the Abandoned Factory. The trailer showed off a few fights against machine bosses.

The Switch port of NieR: Autommata targets 1080p resolution while the system is docked, and 720p when played in handheld mode. Nier: Automata is also available on PC, PS4, and Xbox One, and the game has shipped over 6.5 million copies as of June this year.


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