As a reminder, this new version breathes new life into an original title, available in two versions, one for the Japanese public, and the other for the Western public, released in April 2010. It thus offers a more dynamic gameplay. , like that of NieR: Automata, improved graphics and a new (and well hidden) ending, putting a magnificent end to a most moving story.
A ” update »Which is not without fault, victim of some technical problems such as a downscaled resolution and, on PC, a game speed modeled on the number of images per second, without the possibility of natively activating vertical synchronization.
With these issues in mind, supporting a Switch version seemed difficult to achieve due to the weaker hardware of Nintendo’s hybrid console. Still, it could be a fine day that this updated version of NieR: Replicant makes it all the way to Nintendo Switch.
But for that, we will have to wait for an official communication from Square Enix and Toylogic.