Square Enix will be collaborating with Super Groupies to release a line of NieR Replicant and NieR: Automata accessories. These items will include themed watches, bags, and a beautifully detailed scarf. There are a total of ten items that will be part of this collaboration, and folks can immediately pre-order items from this collection. The watches from this collaboration are expected to ship in February 2021, while other accessories will ship sometime in December 2020. [Thanks, Famitsu!]
The NieR Super Groupies collaboration watch will be ¥21,800, which comes out to roughly $205. This unique watch has subtle designs inspired by brother Nier’s outfit. Additional accessories inspired by Nier’s design include a black bag that has the image of Grimoire Weiss stitched inside. This bag will cost ¥15,800 (around $148).
There will also be a watch inspired by Kaine’s design, and a fanny pack as well. These include beautiful blue details that are reminiscent of her outfit. The watch will cost ¥21,800 (or $205) while the fanny pack will cost ¥13,800 (about $129).
As NieR Replicant fans can imagine, Emil will be receiving a scarf and pin as part of the Super Groupies collaboration. The pattern is taken from the scarf Emil wears in Replicant, and the pin is modeled after the Lunar Tear flower. The pin and scarf set will cost ¥12,800 (or $129).
As mentioned above, NieR Replicant won’t be the only part of the Super Groupies collaboration, as NieR: Automata is included in this as well. However, 2B is the only character that will be inspiring accessories.
There will be a 2B watch, bag, and scarf and pin set. The 2B YorHa watch will cost ¥21,800 (or $205), the bag will cost ¥14,800 (around $139), and the scarf and pin set will cost ¥12,800 (about $129). You can look at these items below.
NieR Replicant is in development for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam. NieR Gestalt and NieR Replicant first released for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in April 2010. NieR: Automata first released for the PlayStation 4 in Japan in February 2017, followed by its western and PC releases in March 2017.