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Final Fantasy 15 & NieR: Automata Content Collaboration Revealed

by | @mikeyg0403 | on November 29, 2016

NieR Final Fantasy 15 Collaboration

Square Enix has just released Final Fantasy 15, and the release of NieR: Automata next year means that fans of RPGs won’t have to go far to find big new games to check out. However, Square has announced that they will be doing a collaboration between the two games, which will feature content from one game making an appearance in the other.

While full details on this have not yet been detailed, right now we know that a Final Fantasy 15 weapon will be usable in NieR: Automata. Noctis’ Engine Blade can be used by NieR: Automata’s Protagonist 2B, and equipping it will alter evasion effects and damage display to emulate Final Fantasy 15. You can see the Engine Blade being used in NieR: Automata in the picture attached above.

There are also plans for weapons from NieR: Automata to appear in Final Fantasy 15 at some point in the future, though details on that have not yet been given.

Final Fantasy 15 is available now for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and recently got a pair of launch trailers that you can check out by clicking right here. NieR: Automata will launch for PlayStation 4 and PC at some point in 2017.

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