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NieR: Automata Shipments Top 1.5 Million Units

NieR: Automata Shipments Top 1.5 Million Units - News

by William D'Angelo , posted on 29 May 2017 / 8,268 Views

Square Enix announced shipment and digital sales for NieR: Automata have surpassed a combined 1.5 million units. 

The game surpassed the one million mark in early April.

NieR: Automata is available for the PlayStation 4.


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10 Comments

KLAMarine (on 29 May 2017)

Congrats Platinum!


V-r0cK (on 30 May 2017)

Loved this game! Congrats PG!


Kerotan (on 30 May 2017)

Massive congrats to platinum. This game will sell many more too.


Kyuu (on 30 May 2017)

I wonder if it has a chance outselling Bayonetta ps3+x360 or Metal Gear Rising. It's showing some impressive legs.


estebxx (on 30 May 2017)

It should, its a far better than game than both of them and at the pace its selling it has a good chance of doing so.


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estebxx (on 30 May 2017)

Literally my favorite game of all time, it deserves another 1.5 million honestly.


SanAndreasX (on 31 May 2017)

That's awesome. Glad to see Platinum doing well, was worried they would get sucked into licensed games. Hopefully they will do more RPGs.


Liquid_faction (on 30 May 2017)

What I want to know is if this is good or bad. What was their initial goal?


Dreamcaster (on 30 May 2017)

Most likely very good considering the first game couldn't break 1 million.


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estebxx (on 30 May 2017)

It sold more than they expected when it reached one million, so this is far better than they had ever anticipated.


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