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‘NieR: Automata’ 27-Minute Gameplay Video Highlighted Several Gameplay Systems, Skills, Features; ‘Nier Automata's’ Superior Image Quality On PS4 Pro [VIDEO]


Video trailers of the action role-playing video game, "NieR: Automata," have mounted up on the internet. Square Enix unleashed a 27-minute gameplay trailer for the video game. While the other video showcased the video game's superior image quality on PlayStation 4 Pro.

Square Enix rolled out "Nier: Automata's" new trailer dubbed as the Exploring Earth's Distant Future, according to PC Gamer. The 27-minute gameplay video highlighted the action role-playing video game's several gameplay systems, skills, as well as features. The nearly half-hour of uninterrupted gameplay video of "Nier: Automata" featured the 17 of the different pod skills that allow a gamer's mini-robot to drop hammers, throw devices, hover, shoot lasers and more.

"Nier: Automata's" Plug-in-Chip System will help gamers increase damage and add skills. The boost can be acquired by installing chips into a player's android body. The Riding System lets players ride boars and other wildlife for quicker travel, and players can also use the animals to attack. While the Fishing Minigame will help "Nier: Automata" enthusiasts catch a variety of fish to sell and this mini-game will help players gain temporary beneficial status effect.

On the other hand, a video posted by Digital Foundry proved the superior image quality of "Nier: Automata" on PS4 Pro. The video showcased the game running at a higher resolution, more visual effects and it features superior anti-aliasing. The video also exhibits how the game manages to maintain a consistent 60FPS throughout the course of a busy action sequence, VG 24/7 reported.

Based on the videos that's been making rounds on the internet, the "Nier Automata" is considered to be a brilliant game along with an impeccable sense of style. "NieR: Automata" is slated to fire up gamers in the U.S. on March 7 and March 10 in Europe. While the PC version for Steam is in development and will be released some time this year.

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