Nier: Automata Is Heavily Discounted This Week

Nier: Automata Is Heavily Discounted This Week

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Lauded by some as one of the best games of the year, sleeper hit Nier Automata is currently discounted almost everywhere you could look right now.

Nier: Automata was originally released way back in February this year which somehow feels like years ago. While not an instant success, the game has developed a huge cult following, thanks in no small part to a whole lot of support and adoration from various pockets of internet communities.

If you'd like to read what USgamer thought of it, you can check out Caty's review of the game right here.

If you're looking for a PS4 copy of the game, your best bet is to head to GameStop, where a brand new copy of the game will cost you only $34.99 for a limited time.

Nier: Automata on PS4 for $34.99 from GameStop

Over on the PC side of things, you can pick up a Steam key for the game for $38.99 this week, from Amazon UK or Steam itself.

Nier: Automata on PC (Steam) for $38.99 from Amazon US

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Jamie Wallace

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Jamie is the Commerce Editor for Gamer Network and can usually be found writing about games, tech and his belief that there were never enough Jet Set Radios.

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