Alongside the screenshots that surfaced days after the NieR Concert & Talk Live event, Famitsu has now published their interview with the developers of the game on their website. In the interview, they mentioned that they are still working on adjusting 9S AI movements, Yoshida-san is almost finish doing the illustrations and Okabe-san is still working on the music.
Fans can expect the next batch of information for NieR Automata to arrive next in just less than 2 months from now. Not only will Square Enix be presenting a new trailer at E3 2016, they also plan to reveal the release window for the game at the event.
In addition, the PS3 version of the original NieR joined the Final Fantasy XIII series and MindJack on Sony’s PlayStation Now streaming service in Japan last week. This allows the game to be streamed to PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita and other devices. These titles are available to rent at a cost of 216 yen for 30 days or 90 days for 389 yen (including tax).
NieR Automata is currently being developed on the PlayStation 4 by Platinum Games. You can view a set of new screenshots and more details about the characters here.