Subsequent to getting dissensions from players in Japan, Square Enix has reported it will refresh the name of a waste thing. It can be found when angling in Nier Automata.
NieR: Automata Players Angry After References To Nintendo Found In The Game
As revealed by Siliconera, the thing is called “NIN64”. And it is depicted as “waste that was angled up”. Whether or not it was a deliberate joke about Nintendo 64 or something else completely (others have recommended it might rather be a gesture to the 1950s hostile to airplane framework, the MIM-46 Mauler, or “MIM46”) fans have made their grievances known. And asked for the thing’s name be changed.
Maker Yosuke Saito took to Twitter to address the kickback. He was guaranteeing upset fans the following patch won’t just settle a couple bugs. Additionally, it will “change the name of a thing you’ve all pointed out.”
While Nier Automata is as of now out in Japan, the game is not yet accessible to those in the west. The action RPG from engineer PlatinumGames will discharge for PS4 on March 7 in North America. And March 10 in Europe. A PC rendition is likewise in progress and will dispatch at some point in the not so distant future.
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Source: This Gen Gaming