For Some Reason They Put NieR in PUBG With New Crossover Costumes

See why below.

In a crossover literally no one expected the characters from NieR are now in PUBG. This collaboration is not only bizarre but features a trailer that just seems incredibly out of place.

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For Some Reason They Put NieR in PUBG With New Crossover Costumes

You can play as 2B and 9S from NieR Automata or try your hand as Kaine or Brother Nier from NieR Replicant. Apparently, they shoot guns now and exist to get a winner-winner chicken dinner. All I’m saying is these characters didn’t suffer at the hand of Yoko Taro to live out the rest of their days in a military sim battle royale game.

The trailer shows off sick car stunts, explosions, and giant NieR branded parachutes, you know, everything you love about the series known for its commentary on existentialism and what it means to truly be alive.

Anyway, if Emil knew he was protecting his friends all of these years so they could show up in PUBG as promotional material I think he may have stopped a long time ago.

If you want the entire set of costumes for PUBG it’s going to cost you just shy of $50. It’s not the first time PUBG has had crossover skins in the game, and we’re sure it will not be the last.


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