A sequel? DLC? A combating recreation cameo? NieR 1 Remastered? Something is brewing at Square Enix.
Square Enix is seeking to rent new folks to work on NieR-related supplies. They’ve posted an advert on their on-line recruitment page (hyperlink in Japanese) looking for new workers.
This information comes by way of Gematsu, who’ve helpfully translated the itemizing. They report that the corporate is hiring workers for the next roles:
- Plots for sub-quests, and many others. in addition to situation framing.
- Design directions resembling NPC design specs for use in-game.
- Creating textual content for merchandise descriptions, and many others. to look in-game.
This wording appears to dispel any notion that it could be one other stage present, or a e book, or one thing alongside these strains.
Also included are statements from collection director Yoko Taro and NieR collection producer Yosuke Saito. Taro’s assertion is especially great:
Hello. NieR collection director Yoko Taro right here. Thanks to everybody’s help, it seems that we’ll be finishing up numerous developments in regard to NieR. Nonetheless, there are limits to what lazy Yoko can do on his personal. So I advised Square Enix producer Yosuke Saito, “I can’t handle ANYMORE,” and now I get to spherical up a staff of individuals to work with me, so I’m placing out a name for proficient people.
Some folks could also be involved by the thought, “What kind of person is Yoko?” I, too, am actually the identical and filled with fear in regard to, “What kind of people will come our way…?” However, in the intervening time, I believe it could be good for us fellow uneasy folks to speak a bit amongst one another.
It’s no shock that Square Enix needs extra Nier – though the unique recreation wasn’t an enormous hit, Nier Automata went so huge that developer Platinum Games credit it with saving the studio.
NieR: Automata is out on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.