The ultimate secret was very properly hidden (Pic: Sq. Enix)
One NieR: Automata participant, via reverse engineering, has discovered the sport’s closing secret over three years after its launch.
Except for being a implausible motion role-playing sport, 2017’s NieR: Automata is chock filled with little secrets and techniques for gamers to find.
Seems, even after practically 4 years, not all these secrets and techniques had been discovered till just lately, as one participant reviews discovering a hidden cheat code that permits you to skip proper to the very finish of the sport.
YouTuber Lance McDonald explains that, via reverse engineering, he noticed a string of code which wasn’t getting used within the sport, listed as CheatCommandManager.
After some extra digging, McDonald was capable of uncover the cheat code and how one can set off it, which he particulars in his video.
Because the video issues NieR: Automata’s ending, be warned that the video does include some spoilers.
The code requires a really particular set of circumstances to work. Firstly, it could solely be activated in the course of the opening prologue, after the minimize scene that performs when you beat the primary boss.
After the scene finishes, participant character 2B should go stand in a sure spot in between some barrels, the place you possibly can then enter the code.
Doing this takes you to the ultimate ending’s post-credit scene and unlocks the Chapter Choose, Debug Mode, the Debug Room, and the Trophy Store.
When McDonald initially shared his findings on Twitter, director Yoko Taro himself retweeted him, merely writing ‘Three years 10 months,’ which is the period of time it has been since NieR: Automata initially launched.
The NieR Japan account additionally acknowledged it, writing ‘Evidently the final secret has been found.’
NieR: Automata is on the market for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
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