In a brand new interview with Japanese magazine Famitsu, NieR: Automata creator Yoko Taro spoke about the possibility of a NieR: Automata sequel, what he’d like to do during the rest of his career, and much more.
When it comes to the opportunity of making a sequel, Taro said he would “ruin it” by making something completely different than what fans were hoping for. He also delved into a possible movie based on the game as well as another entry in the Drakengard series. A couple of the questions have been highlighted below:
Q: Yoko Taro-san, have you ever thought about making a movie based on a game?
Yoko Taro: I’ve thought about it before, but it would require money, so first and foremost I’d like to find someone with money.
Q: What about the next Drakengard title?
Yoko Taro: I believe this one goes to the Square Enix producer who is over there, if the producer says he’ll give me money then I’ll make it anytime.
Q: What if you were to make the next NieR title?
Yoko Taro: I think I’d imagine a NieR: Automata sequel that everyone is thinking about, then make something that is not that. I’m going to ruin it, is what I’m thinking.
For the full conversation between Taro and Famitsu, make sure to head over to the Famitsu website.
NieR: Automata is available now.