NieR Replicant, the Kaine cosplay by Katyuskamoonfox is enchanting

NieR Replicant, the Kaine cosplay by Katyuskamoonfox is enchanting

NieR Replicant

NieR Replicant is about to return to the scene with the remake NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139, coming next week on PC and consoles, so it's the right time to bring back this great Kaine cosplay from Katyuskamoonfox, really enchanting.

The model and cosplayer in question is known for often dedicating herself to somewhat pushed shooting, but in this case she appears in an almost modest way compared to other interpretations (and that's saying something). Above all, it is a really very faithful replica of the original Kaine in the game, which we will be able to appreciate even better thanks to the upcoming remake, with the polygonal models of the updated characters.

The girl wears a dress that is very similar to the one visible in the videogame character, but also the hairstyle, make-up and features are really in line with the design of the fighter, companion of the protagonist in the adventures of NieR Replicant.

In the background, the swords are also visible, which also replicate quite faithfully the original weapons, and also the typical Yoko Taro mask, which over time has become a symbol of his productions. We report the photo below, in the absence of a direct link to Katyuskamoonfox's Instagram page, which is also strongly NSFW.

To stay on the cosplay theme, let's remember that of Triss Merigold signed Lada Lyumos from The Witcher 3, that Mikasa's by Shirogane-sama from Attack of the Giants, Ciri's in Saiwestwood's sauna again from The Witcher 3 and Eveyn Parker's cosplay of ladalyumos from Cyberpunk 2077.

Katyuska Moonfox as Kaine (Nier) from r / cosplaygirls

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Nier Replicant Extra Content Trailer shows Automata outfits, weapons, & new dungeons

There's a lot of new content coming to Nier Replicant ver.1.22474487139..., including Automata content, new dungeons, and a new 'Mermaid' episode.

Nier Replicant ver.1.22474487139... is quite literally right around the corner with its release date set for later this week. We’ve had a lot of trailers of both cinematics and gameplay showing off improvements for the game, so one might have thought that days before release, there’s little left to share or see. One would be wrong. Square Enix and Toylogic just released another new Nier Replicant remaster trailer, this time featuring all sorts of extra content coming to the game both original and from Nier Automata.

Square Enix and Toylogic shared the Nier Replicant ver.1.22474487139... trailer on the Square Enix YouTube on April 19, 2021. This one in particular features all-new content coming to the Nier Replicant remaster. A host of Nier Automata content will be available, including weapons, outfits, and even voice acting from the Nier Automata cast. Moreover, there will be original content to explore in the form of new, challenging dungeons known as “15 Nightmares” and a new side-story episode known as “Mermaid,” which features a daunting and dangerous-looking new boss. You can have a look in the trailer below.

It’s quite a bit of goods in addition to all of the visual upgrades and tweaks coming to the Nier Replicant remaster. Considering this version of the game was never officially released in the west, it looks like North American players will get to enjoy quite a bit of extra fun with the game, although it also means those familiar with Nier Replicant might have quite a bit of reason to return and give it another go. It’s also unclear if this is the “free DLC” Square Enix previously mentioned or if something further is on the way.

Nonetheless, Nier Replicant ver.1.22474487139... has an April 22, 2021 release date, so we won’t be waiting much longer to play. Want to see the difference between the original and the new edition? Be sure to check out the opening cinematic side by side with that of the Nier Replicant remaster and stay tuned for further news and information about the game up to and after launch.

TJ Denzer is a player with a passion for games that has dominated a lifetime. When he's not handing out beatdowns in the latest fighting games, exploring video game history, or playing through RPGs with his partner, he's searching for new food and drinks in the constant pursuit of good times with good people inside and outside the South Texas area. You can also find him on Twitter @JohnnyChugs.