Nier Reincarnation Japanese 1st Anniversary Eve Festival

Square Enix Will Celebrate NieR Reincarnation’s First Anniversary With a Livestream Event

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Square Enix has revealed plans to celebrate the first anniversary of NieR Reincarnation‘s Japanese release on February 18, 2021. The main highlight of this celebration will be the 1st Anniversary Special Show livestream. It will air on Square Enix’s YouTube channel on Sunday, February 13, 2022, at 19:00 JST (5 AM ET).

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Mama’s Japanese voice actress Yumi Hara will host the stream. The NieR series producer Yosuke Saito, composer Keiichi Okabe, and the mobile game’s director Daichi Matsukawa will also attend the show. The anniversary livestream will feature more Japanese voice actors, such as Eri Kitamura (Akeha), Rika Nagae (Fio), and Motoyuki Kawahara (Levania). Besides revealing new in-game content, the stream will also have a live piano concert and a new story recital.

Square Enix will provide an exclusive gacha, login bonuses, daily quests, and panel missions in NieR Reincarnation during its anniversary celebration. It will also publish celebratory art from 28 illustrators on the game’s Japanese Twitter account starting on February 12, 2022.

The company also published a NieR Reincarnation 1st Anniversary Eve Festival trailer. The video gives a general rundown of all information mentioned above.

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NieR Reincarnation first launched in Japan on February 18, 2021 for Android and iOS mobile devices. Square Enix then released the global English version on July 28, 2021. As of September 2021, NieR Reincarnation has surpassed 15 million downloads worldwide.

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