Hear Some NieR Automata DLC Songs Joining Theatrhythm Final Bar Line

Hear Some NieR Automata DLC Songs Joining Theatrhythm Final Bar Line

Square Enix offered a Theatrhythm Final Bar Line DLC music update going over the NieR Automata song add-on. The pack will arrive on March 29, 2023. When it does, it will bring five tracks from the title to the rhythm game. There’s also a new trailer showing some of them being played, so people can get an idea of what the stages are like.

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Here’s the latest trailer. It notes that the five NieR Automata songs in the music pack are “Amusement Park,” “A Beautiful Song,” “Dependent Weakling,” “Emil’s Shop,” and “Weight of the World (Kowareta Sekai no Uta).” The video begins with “Dependent Weakling,” then moves onto “A Beautiful Song.” It closes with “Emil’s Shop.”

Square Enix didn’t offer a price for this add-on. The cost varies depending on the DLC and number of tracks. You can get all of these first additions in the $14.99 season pass. However, each pack is sold on its own. The Live a Live one had four songs, and it cost $2.99. The SaGa one had seven tracks and cost $4.99 on its own.

As a reminder, the last Theatrhythm Final Bar Line DLC pack involved The World Ends with You. It added songs from both the original game and NEO TWEWY. Six new tracks appeared with that add-on.

Theatrhythm Final Bar Line is available for the Nintendo Switch and PS4, and the NieR Automata music DLC pack of songs arrives on March 29, 2023.

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