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Nier Replicant: How to Get All Weapons

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Nier Replicant: How to Get All Weapons

Created by Yoko Taro, Nier Replicant serves as the predecessor to 2017’s critically acclaimed Nier Automata, and if you’re even vaguely familiar with Taro’s games, you’ll know that there are quite a few endings to unlock in this one as well. The problem is, unlocking the endings isn’t quite as straightforward as it was in Automata. Here’s how to get all weapons in Nier Replicant.

Getting All Weapons in Nier Replicant

Whereas in Automata you simply had to play the game naturally to reach the true ending, Nier Replicant requires a bit more effort on the player’s part. The true ending can only be unlocked if you collect all 33 weapons in the game, and we’re here to help you out with that.

Listed below are all of the weapons in the game and their locations:

Nier Replicant Weapons
Weapon NameLocation
Lily-Leaf-SwordSold by the village blacksmith for 2,400G (first half).
BeastbainSold by the village blacksmith for 16,800G (first half).
Nirvana DaggerOn the second floor of the Lost Shrine. Go up the ladder on that floor and destroy some wooden crates to find it.
MoonriseObtained by helping the Seafront guard getting attacked by Shades (first half).
Earth Wyrm’s CurseSold by the Facade blacksmith for 8,400G (first half).
Blade of TreacheryObtained in Emil’s Mansion, right before the boss (first half).
FaithFree all villagers in the Forest of Myth, then talk to the Mayor (first half).
Phoenix DaggerSold by the Seafront blacksmith for 31,200G (second half).
Labyrinth’s WhisperComplete the quest titled A Bridge in Peril (second half).
Iron PipeUnlocked after seeing Ending B.
Axe of BeheadingSold by the village blacksmith for 19,200G (second half).
Fang of the TwinsBefore opening the door in the basement of Emil’s Mansion that requires the SA Keycard, break the wooden crate near it to find the weapon (second half).
Iron WillObtained at the Two Brothers Weaponry (second half).
Vile AxeSold by the Seafront blacksmith for 21,600G (second half).
BeastlordFound in a wooden crate on the roof of the Lost Shrine (second half).
Phoenix SwordFound in a wooden crate next to the door that leads into the Shadowlord’s Castle (second half).
Labyrinth’s SongComplete the quest titled Disturbing the Sleep of Kings (second half).
Spear of the UsurperSold by the Seafront blacksmith for 21,600G (second half).
The Devil QueenFound in a wooden crate along the Lost Shrine: Rear Path (second half).
SunriseSold by the village blacksmith for 21,600G (second half).
BeastcurseFound in a wooden crate right before the drop that leads to the P-33 fight in the Junk Heap (second half).
Captain’s Holy SpearSold by the Facade blacksmith for 32,400G (second half).
Dragoon LanceFound in a wooden crate at the bottom of the spiral stairs in the Shadowlord’s Castle (second half).
Phoenix SpearSold by the Facade blacksmith for 32,400G (second half).
Labyrinth’s ShoutComplete the quest titled The Damaged Map (second half).
Fool’s EmbraceComplete the first stage of the mother’s diary in new game plus.
Fool’s LamentComplete the second stage of the mother’s diary in new game plus.
Fool’s AccordComplete the third stage of the mother’s diary in new game plus.

Just trying to buy all of the blacksmith weapons will cost you a ton of money, and we have a quick money-making guide here to help you out if you’re having some trouble with that. Once you obtain all weapons, you can then proceed to unlock the last three endings in the game.

That’s all you need to know about how to get all weapons in Nier Replicant. Be sure to search for Twinfinite or check our guide wiki for more tips and information on the game.

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