Square Enix Has Opened A Website For NieR’s 10th Anniversary

The logo featured on NeiR's 10th-anniversary website.
NeiR's 10th-anniversary's website logo (Picture: Square Enix)
The logo featured on NeiR 10th Anniversary website

NeiR’s 10th-anniversary’s website logo (Picture: Square Enix)

Square Enix has launched a website for NeiR’s 10th anniversary, which could mean a remaster or remake is in the works.

NeiR originally launched on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 back in 2010. In case you missed out on it, NeiR, in summary, is an RPG where the player plays as an unnamed father who is trying to find a cure for his fatally diseased daughter, Yonah. The game was initially met with good reviews, with IGN giving it a 7/10.

With 2020 being less than a month away, this website opened up to the public just yesterday, December 3rd. Aside from the 10th-anniversary logo, no new information has been revealed. The website itself has links to the previous NeiR games and other merchandise. But, we’re guessing that Square Enix has more in store for this 10th-anniversary celebration.

Square Enix producer Yosuke Saito tweeted about the website after its launch, saying that the team is preparing various things for NeiR’s 10th anniversary.

Check out the NeiR 10th anniversary website here.

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Hi, my name is Cayla, and I have a passion for gaming and writing! The first video game I ever played was Pokémon Blue on the original Gameboy. Since then, I have always been in love with video games and the culture surrounding them. Some of my favorite game series are Pokémon, Animal Crossing, and Fallout!

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