Nier Automata, the action role-playing game developed by Platinum Games, has been released on PlayStation 4 last week, and now the game is finally available on PC. The Steam version has only been unlocked a few minutes ago, and we finally managed to learn some additional details regarding this version of the game.
According to several reports, Nier Automata PC comes with ultrawide support, a confirmation that puts the rumors of the locked 1080p resolution to rest. Graphics settings have also been revealed
Screen mode: Full screen; Window
Graphics presets: High; Medium; Low; Custom
Anti-aliasing (MSAA): Off; 8x; 4x; 2x
Texture filter: Off; 2x; 4x; 8x; 16x
Details on the game’s performance have yet to come in, but we will update the post as soon as the first reports come in, but it seems like the game has a 60FPS lock.
Earlier this week, it’s been confirmed by Nier Automata director Yoko Taro that he sadly doesn’t have the budget and the manpower to develop meaningful DLC. Square Enix’s Yosuke Saito is open to the idea of developing DLC, but Taro asked players not to expect too much from them. Additionally, a Drakengard series collection is definitely possible with enough demand.
You’ll laugh; you’ll cry; you might even contemplate whether androids are capable of feeling emotion at all or if they’re merely going by what they were programmed to do. NieR: Automata rewards long-time fans of Yoko Taro’s works with an experience that transcends any single genre. Although it might not be a perfect game, the sum of NieR: Automata’s unique storytelling meshed with Platinum Games’ style of action meld together into a title well deserving of being one of my personal Games of the Year, not for the story being told but rather HOW 2B’s story was told.
Nier Automata is now available on PlayStation 4 and PC in all regions