NieR:Automata fans were looking forward to the release of the TV anime version of the game, but unfortunately, the production has been delayed due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The anime adaptation of the game was set to air its fourth episode on February 5th, but it has been postponed until further notice.
The news of the delay was announced on the official website of the anime. The statement cited the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic as the reason for the delay, as the safety and well-being of the staff and cast are of the utmost importance. The statement also apologized to the fans for the inconvenience and asked for their understanding.
NieR:Automata is a critically acclaimed action role-playing game developed by PlatinumGames and directed by Yoko Taro. The game has a dedicated fanbase and its anime adaptation was highly anticipated. The anime adaptation is produced by studio Kinema Citrus, known for their work on anime such as Made in Abyss and Barakamon.
The anime adaptation is a retelling of the game’s story and follows the journey of the android 2B, as she fights against the machines who have taken over the world. The first three episodes of the anime have been well-received by fans, who have praised the animation, music, and storytelling.
The delay of the fourth episode is a disappointment for fans of the series. However, it is understandable given the current situation with the pandemic. The safety and well-being of the staff and cast must be a top priority. Fans are looking forward to the fourth episode, but they will have to wait until it is safe to resume production.
In the meantime, fans can catch up on the first three episodes of the anime, which are available on streaming platforms such as Funimation and Crunchyroll. They can also revisit the original game to get their NieR:Automata fix.
In conclusion, the release of episode 4 of the NieR:Automata anime adaptation has been postponed due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The safety and well-being of the staff and cast are of the utmost importance and the delay is understandable.
Fans will have to wait until it is safe to resume production. They can catch up on the first three episodes of the anime and revisit the original game in the meantime. We hope that the situation will improve soon, and the production can safely resume, bringing the beloved story to fans once more.