NieR Automata Concert

NieR: Automata 2022 Fan Fest Concert Will be Live Streamed

Square Enix announced the concert at the NieR: Automata 2022 Fan Fest will be available to watch through a live stream. The NieR: Automata Fan Fest 2022 event will take place from November 25-26, 2022. Tickets for the stream are available to purchase for 5,000 yen or approximately $35. Those who purchase tickets will be able to access an archived version of the broadcast from November 27 to December 11, 2022. [Thanks, denfamicogamer!]

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It will be available to watch through Japanese streaming website niconico, with viewers able to purchase tickets directly from its website. The NieR: Automata Fan Fest 2022 concert and live stream will be broadcast on November 26, 2022. Which is the second day of the two day event. Emi Evans and J’Nique Nicole will appear at the concert alongside KOCHO. With all three performers being present for both days of the event.

Other events will appear at the fan festival. This includes a developer stage talk, which will see NieR series creator Yoko Taro, and series composer, Keiichi Okabe appear. Additionally, voice actors from the NieR series will also be present, and give live performances and script readings.

NieR: Automata The End of YoRHa Edition is available now on the Nintendo Switch. Other editions of the game are also available for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam.

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