NieR Automata and Replicant Crossover Heading to New State Mobile

NieR Automata and Replicant Crossover Heading to New State Mobile

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Characters from NieR Automata and NieR Replicant will be showing up in New State Mobile. Starting on April 29, 2022, a crossover event will begin. This crossover will involve special missions and NieR series crates.

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New State Mobile is a battle royale game along the lines of PUBG. There is an Extreme mode with 64 people taking part in a battle royale match and Round Deathmatch, which involves 4v4 matches in which the winning side is the one who wins the most in a “best of seven” situation. During this event, people will see NieR series missions in-game and can get crates. The missions will let people customize their user appearance. You can earn a frame effect, profile frame, and profile icon.

As for the crates, those will offer random chances to get items inspired by the NieR series in-game. There will be four costumes total. NieR Automata mainstays 2B and 9S will show up. So will NieR Replicant’s Nier and Kaine. While there are only pictures of the costumes, there will also be equipment and vehicle skins and an emote too.

This isn’t the only recent NieR crossover. Items based on the series showed up in Babylon’s Fall as well.

New State Mobile is available for Android and Apple iOS devices. The NieR Automata and NieR Replicant event will appear in New State Mobile between April 29, 2022 and May 19, 2022.

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