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NieR Replicant Has Shipped 1 Million Units Worldwide

NieR Replicant has shipped 1 million units worldwide. The official NieR Twitter account shared this information, revealing shipment numbers for both NieR Replicant and NieR: Automata. In February 2021, it was revealed that NieR: Automata had shipped roughly 5.5 units worldwide. However, as of June 22, 2021 NieR: Automata has now shipped 6 million units worldwide including both physical and digital sales.

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NieR: Automata has received numerous awards since its release and has gained critical acclaim among both consumers and critics. In 2017 NieR: Automata won Game of the Year at the Japan Game Awards. And in 2019 the title also received the PlayStation Platinum Prize. Additionally, a NieR: Automata Game of the YoRHa Edition released in 2019 following the success of the title.

NieR Replicant, on the other hand, has shipped 1 million units worldwide. This includes both physical and digital sales of the game. However, this is double the estimated sales of the original release of NieR Replicant and NieR Gestalt. Free NieR: Automata cosmetic DLC content is currently available to obtain in NieR Replicant.

NieR: Automata is immediately available for PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox OneNieR: Automata first released for the PlayStation 4 in Japan in February 2017, followed by its Western and PC releases in March 2017. It released for the Xbox One in June 2018. NieR Replicant is immediately available for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

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