NieR Replicant Arrangment Album

NieR Replicant Arrangement Choir Album Pre-Orders Open

Square Enix announced a NieR Replicant arrangement album will release on March 2, 2022. Pre-orders for the album are open. It will be available to purchase in North America, Europe, and Japan for 3,300 yen, or $30. The NieR Replicant choir arrangement album will featured a total of ten tracks. The album itself is based on text written by NieR series creator Yoko Taro. Additionally, those who pre-order the album from the Square Enix e-STORE will receive a cloth poster, which will feature the jacket artwork by Kazuma Koda. [Thanks, Gamer!]

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The ten tracks featured on the NieR Replicant arrangement album are:

  1. Choir: Snow in Summer
  2. Choir: Song of the Ancients
  3. Choir: Grandma
  4. Choir: Wretched Automatons
  5. Choir: Kaine
  6. Choir: The Dark Colossus Destroys All
  7. Choir: Fleeting Words
  8. Choir: Emil
  9. Choir: Shadowlord’s Castle
  10. Choir: Ashes of Dreams

A special website to promote the album is also open. It features short previews of the songs that will be available on the album. Additionally, it provides small text excerpts about the individual songs.

In June 2021, Square Enix announced NieR Replicant had shipped 1 million units worldwide. This number includes both digital and physical sales for the title. Square Enix also revealed that this was roughly double the estimated combined sales for NieR Replicant and Gestalt upon its original release.

NieR Replicant is immediately available for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

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