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All DLC and Extra Content Included in Nier:Automata The End of Yorha Edition

The game that made nihilism fun!
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Nier:Automata was a fantastic action-adventure game when it was released in 2017, and it’s still pretty fantastic now. It combines Platinum-branded character-action combat with a deep, slightly nihilistic story from the enigmatic Yoko Taro. For those of you who missed the boat the first go around, you’ve got another opportunity, and it comes bundled with some nifty extras. Here are all the DLC and extra content included in Nier:Automata The End of Yorha Edition.

All DLC and Extra Content Included in Nier:Automata The End of Yorha Edition

Nier:Automata The End of Yorha Edition is a special edition of the game available exclusively for Nintendo Switch. This edition of the game includes the entire game, of course, but in addition to that, you get two packs of DLC included at no extra charge.

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The first pack, named 3C3C1D119440927 (yes, it’s actually called that), includes three challenge battles in the game’s optional colosseum area. These are tough fights against even tougher opponents, so they’re best saved for late-game players. Additionally, the pack includes several costumes reminiscent of Nier Replicant‘s characters. We have the “Revealing Outfit” for 2B, the “Young Man’s Outfit” for 9S, and the “Destroyer’s Outfit” for A2.

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The second pack, 6C2P4A118680823, is a free pack that will be available for download after the game launches. This pack is all about cosmetics, adding six new character costumes and four accessories, as well as two special skins for your Pod based on the mobile game NieR Re[in]carnation.

Nier:Automata The End of Yorha Edition will be launching on Nintendo Switch on October 6th, 2022 in both physical and digital formats. No matter which version you get, you’ll still get access to all of this DLC content, so don’t worry about that. You’ll get access to most of it in-game as soon as you start, though some, such as the colosseum fights, will need to be uncovered later in the story.

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Since the first time he picked up a controller as a child, Daniel has been a dyed-in-the-wool gaming fanatic, with a Steam library numbering over 600 games. His favorite pastime, aside from playing games, is doing deep dives on game wikis to learn more about their lore and characters.

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