In Nier Replicant ver.1.22474487139…, there are 33 weapons to seek out, unfold throughout each halves of the sport. You’ll get some as a part of the story (so you’ll be able to’t miss them), get some as rewards for facet quests, and should buy others from blacksmiths.

In this Nier Replicant remaster guide, we’ll discuss how weapons and Nier Replicant’s endings are interlinked, speak a bit about how weapons work, after which record each weapon accessible and the place to seek out it. Remember that you would be able to enhance any weapon by both strengthening (upgrading) it or assigning Words to it.

Endings and weapons

Three of Nier Replicant’s endings — Endings C, D, and E — require you to have collected all 33 weapons.

However, once you full the primary half of the sport — we’re calling this Part 1 — you received’t be capable of return to Part 1 or full any of Part 1’s facet quests. That means it’s important to ensure you’ve accomplished all the things you need earlier than continuing.

More importantly, you’ll want to gather each weapon listed in Part 1 weapons beneath earlier than persevering with into the second half of the Nier Replicant remake.

Types of Nier Replicant weapons

Weapons within the Nier Replicant remake fall into three classes: one-handed, two-handed, and lances.

One-handed weapons

For the primary half of the sport, you’ll solely have entry to at least one-handed weapons. These are the quickest weapons, however they deal the least injury. One-handed weapons give attention to the path you’re dealing with with restricted sweeping assaults.

Two-handed weapons

Two-handed weapons are a lot slower than one-handed weapons, however they deal rather more injury. They additionally are inclined to have sweeping assaults, making them good for teams of enemies.

Lance weapons

Lance weapons are a center floor between one- and two-handed weapons. They’re quicker than two-handed weapons and deal extra injury than one-handed weapons. However, lances are directional and never helpful for teams of enemies. They have vary, although, and lances allow you to assault (and begin assaults) from distant.

Part 1 weapons

There are 9 weapons to seek out within the first half of the Nier Replicant remake. All 9 are one-handed weapons. Some you’ll get some as a part of the story, and others it’s important to buy from blacksmiths.

Nier Replicant Part 1 weapons

NameLocationHow to seek outTypeNotes
NameLocationHow to seek outTypeNotes
Nameless BladeStoryOne-handedThis is your default weapon.
Lily-Leaf-SwordVillagePurchasedOne-handedSold by the Blacksmith within the Village for two,400 gold.
BeastbainVillage, SeafrontPurchasedOne-handedSold by the Blacksmith within the Village or Seafront for 16,800 gold.
Nirvana DaggerLost ShrineFoundOne-handedClimb the wood ladder on the second flooring of the Lost Shrine and destroy the crate — you’ll in all probability encounter this through the starting of the sport.
MoonriseSouthern PlainsFoundOne-handedOn your technique to Seafront for the primary time, assist the guard being attacked by shades within the Southern Plains.
RebirthStoryOne-handedGiven as a present for rescuing the prince of Facade.
Earth Wyrm’s ClawFacadePurchasedOne-handedSold by the Blacksmith in Facade for 8,400 gold.
Blade of TreacheryEmil’s MansionFoundOne-handedCan be present in Emil’s Mansion simply earlier than the boss battle.
FaithStoryOne-handedGiven as a present after releasing all of the villagers within the Forest of Myth.

Nier Replicant Part 1 weapons and the place to seek out them.

Part 2 weapons

Weapons turn out to be extra sophisticated within the second half of the Nier Replicant remake, once you’ll select between one-handed weapons, two-handed weapons, and lances. You’ll get some as a part of the story, others as rewards for facet quests, and should buy others from blacksmiths.

Nier Replicant Part 2 weapons

NameLocationHow to seek outTypeNotes
NameLocationHow to seek outTypeNotes
KusanagiStoryTwo-handedYou’ll have this weapon robotically upon reaching Part 2.
TransienceStoryLanceYou’ll have this weapon robotically upon reaching Part 2.
Iron WillJunk HeapStoryTwo-handedGiven by Gideon in Junk Heap.
Ancient OverlordStoryOne-handedGiven as a present by the king of Facade.
Phoenix DaggerSeafrontPurchasedOne-handedSold by the Blacksmith in Seafront for 31,200 gold.
Labyrinth’s WhisperVillageRewardOne-handedReceived as a reward for finishing the “A Bridge in Peril” quest.
Iron PipeForest of MythFoundOne-handedFound throughout “The Magical Stone” quest or acquired robotically after unlocking Ending B.
Axe of BeheadingVillagePurchasedTwo-handedSold by the Blacksmith within the Village for 19,200 gold.
Fang of the TwinsEmil’s MansionFoundTwo-handedIn Emil’s mansion on the primary basement flooring, search for a crate close to the door that requires the SA Keycard. Break the crate to seek out this weapon.
Vile AxeSeafrontPurchasedTwo-handedSold by the Blacksmith in Seafront for 21,600 gold.
BeastlordLost ShrineFoundTwo-handedBreak a crate on the roof of the Lost Shrine.
Phoenix SwordShadowlord’s CastleFoundTwo-handedTalk to the doves in Shadowlord’s Castle and the break a crate close to them.
Labyrinth’s SongFacadeRewardTwo-handedReceived as a reward for finishing the “Disturbing the Sleep of Kings” quest.
Spear of the UsurperSeafrontPurchasedLanceSold by the Blacksmith in Seafront for 21,600 gold.
The Devil QueenLost ShrineFoundLanceBreak a crate subsequent to the second ladder of the Lost Shrine’s rear path.
SunriseVillage, The AeriePurchasedLanceSold by the Blacksmith within the Village or The Aerie for 21,600 gold.
BeastcurseJunk HeapFoundLanceBreak a crate proper earlier than combating P-33 on the Junk Heap.
Captain’s Holy SpearFacadePurchasedLanceSold by the Blacksmith in Facade for 32,400 gold.
Dragoon LanceShadowlord’s CastleFoundLanceBreak the crate in Shadowlord’s Castle proper earlier than ascending the spiral stairs.
Phoenix SpearFacadePurchasedLanceSold by the Blacksmith in Facade for 32,400 gold.
Labyrinth’s ShoutVillageRewardLanceReceived as reward for finishing “The Damaged Map” quest.
Fool’s EmbraceVillageRewardOne-handedDuring your second playthrough, learn your mom’s diary on the primary flooring of your home. This accesses the The World of Recycled Vessel DLC. Beat the enemies behind all three doorways to obtain every of those three weapons.
Fool’s LamentVillageRewardTwo-handedDuring your second playthrough, learn your mom’s diary on the primary flooring of your home. This accesses the The World of Recycled Vessel DLC. Beat the enemies behind all three doorways to obtain every of those three weapons.
Fool’s AccordVillageRewardLanceDuring your second playthrough, learn your mom’s diary on the primary flooring of your home. This accesses the The World of Recycled Vessel DLC. Beat the enemies behind all three doorways to obtain every of those three weapons.

Nier Replicant Part 2 weapons