Nier creator’s Voice of Playing cards is getting a sequel – and it’s out this month
Final 12 months the creator of the Nier collection Yoko Taro launched a card game-RPG with Sq. Enix known as Voice of Playing cards: The Isle Dragon Roars, which was fairly effectively obtained regardless of not being that Nier sequel we actually need. It did so effectively that Voice of Playing cards 2 is going on – in truth, it’s already accomplished and is out in lower than two weeks.
Final September it was introduced that Yoko Taro was engaged on a tabletop RPG card recreation as a part of a brand new franchise, and the primary recreation within the Voice of Playing cards collection was launched on October 28, 2021. In what’s presumably the quickest turnaround for a sequel ever, it’s now simply over three months later and Voice of Playing cards: The Forsaken Maiden has been introduced for a launch on February 17.
Yoko Taro is again as the sport’s artistic director, together with government producer Yosuke Saito and music director Keiichi Okabe – who each labored on the Nier video games – in addition to character designer Kimihiko Fujisaka.
The announcement trailer could be seen beneath, confirming the sequel’s launch for PC by way of Steam alongside the console variations – very similar to the primary recreation. There will probably be a DLC pack based mostly on Nier: Automata after launch too, which incorporates 2B as a participant avatar, a Copied Metropolis-themed battle board and gem field, and a “puppet’s costume” outfit for Barren, Laty and Lac.
At this price, Voice of Playing cards 3 will in all probability be introduced in Might/June, if Sq. Enix and Yoko Taro have any plans for one more. The primary is certainly one of the most attention-grabbing card video games on PC, so let’s hope so.