Today Square Enix announced a new downloads milestone for its latest mobile game NieR: Re[in]carnation.
According to the announcement made on the official Twitter account of the game, the game has been downloaded 10 million times, which is really flattering considering that it’s available only in Japan for now.
Since the milestone was reached sooner than expected, the celebratory bonuses have not been decided yet and will be announced at a later time.
Of course, the NieR: Automata crossover that launched together with the game may have helped with its groundbreaking popularity.
You can see the tweet below with a cute celebratory illustration.
We already know that Nier Re[in]carnation is coming west, but unlike Japan, we don’t have a release date just yet. It’s currently being localized and voices are being recorded in English.
You can also take a look at the announcement of the game, the first gameplay trailer, the first screenshots, another trailer, more gameplay, and even more, on top of the recent reveal of a new chapter.
If you’re interested in PC and console games, NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139… recently received a gameplay video showing just how similar to NieR: Automata combat has become, which isn’t a bad thing at all.