NieR: Automata on Playstation 4 (PS4)

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  • Genre: Role-playing (RPG)
  • Platforms: PC,PlayStation 4
  • Developer: PlatinumGames
  • Publisher: Square Enix
  • Ratings: PEGI: 18+,CERO: D,OFLC: MA15+
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Unlock All Endings

There are 26 total endings to unlock. Endings A-E are the regular endings, while Endings F-Z are joke endings just there for fun. To unlock each of them, you must do the following things:

Ending A – Finish the game once.

Ending B – Finish the game again after getting Ending A.

Ending C – Play again after Ending B, choose A2 during the conflict with 9S, and find him to reunite after the battle.

Ending D – Play again after Ending B, choose 9S during the conflict with A2, and choose “I’ll go with you” after the battle.

Ending E – Follow the steps for Ending C or D, answer “Yes” to all of the questions afterwards, and complete the mini-game in the credits.

Ending F – During the battle against the Goliath (Chapter 01-03_2) in your second playthrough, use attack units to hack into the machine and then let time run out.

Ending G – While playing as 9S for the first time on your second playthrough, jump on the crane beyond the chest instead of going into the Flight Unit. Next, jump onto the catwalk to your right.

Ending H – As you approach the Goliath (Chapter 05-03), avoid the Flight Unit and retreat from the battle on the bridge.

Ending I – After you fight Adam (Chapter 08-01_2) head for the Copied City exit instead of approaching 9S.

Ending J – In Chapter 09-2_3, attack the priest.

Ending K – While at the Desert Camp, go to the water and fish until you catch a mackerel. Open up your inventory and eat the mackerel.

Ending L – During the Sphere boss fight (Chapter 10-02) run into the crater at the center of the area.

Ending M – During Chapter 14-03 while you’re in control of A2, retreat toward the bridge instead of entering Pascal’s Village.

Ending N –Destroy all of the machines in Pascal’s Village (Chapter 07-02).

Ending O – In Chapter 11-04 of your third playthrough, run toward the middle of the area instead of healping the YoRHa.

Ending P – During Chapter 11-06 of your third playthrough, let 2B die from the virus.

Ending Q – When you begin Chapter 11-07 of your third playthrough, retreat instead of approaching 2B.

Ending R – Destroy all of the robots at the Abandoned Factory (Chapter 14-05), including attacking Pascal.

Ending S – During the tower section of Chapter 17-01 of your third playthrough, run from Popola and Devola.

Ending T – Open the menu, go to “Skills,” and view your Plug-in Chips. If you attempt to destroy your equipped OS Chip, it will display a warning. Remove it anyway for this ending.

Ending U – Inside the Bunker, press L3 and R3 to self-destruct.

Ending V – In Chapter 17-01, help Devola and Popola, but wait around instead of hacking the tower.

Ending W – During Chapter 01-03_02, let the robots kill 9S.

Ending X – While playing as A2 in Chapter 11-06, ignore the YoRHa and run away across the bridge.

Ending Y – During “Emil’s Determination,” make Emil self-destruct.

Ending Z – Once you rescue Pascal in Chapter 14-01, choose to destroy her.


Easter Eggs


There is a rare Godzilla enemy that can spawn in one of the quests.


Final Fantasy XV reference

The secret Engine Blade weapon, which you can find in the factory during the “Twisted Religion” mission, is a weapon from Final Fantasy XV.


CEO Secret Bosses

The DLC lets you fight the CEOs of Square Enix and PlatinumGames as secret boss fights.


Drakengard References

There are many references to the Drakengard series, as the Nier series is a Drakengard spin-off.

The Dragoon Lance, which also appears in the original Nier, matches the weapon called Knight’s Vow in the Drakengard games. Its weapon story is also a reference to Drakengard.

In the resistance camp, you can find characters discussing someone named Accord. Accord is a character from Drakengard 3.


Resident Evil 4 reference

The shopkeeper at the Flooded City in the DLC speaks like the Merchant from Resident Evil 4, and claims he studied an ancient relic that showed him how merchants are supposed to communicate.


Nier References

There are several references to the original Nier.

  • The pipe weapon is a reference to the pipe used in the first game’s prologue.
  • A flower known as the Lunar Tear can be found in both games.
  • A remixed version of the original game’s “The Song of the Ancients” plays at a key moment.
  • There is a point where you will visit the library from the original Nier, with several references to the game found there.
  • One of the things you can find in the “Emil’s Memories” quest is Kaine’s shack.



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