How Long It Takes to Beat NieR Replicant And Get All Trophies?

NieR Replicant Ver.1.22 is already out in Japan, multiple journalists and streamers have the game as well, and it will be releasing in a few hours in the West, on PS4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam – how long does it takes to beat the game and clear everything? Details after the jump.

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NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139… is a remaster and upgraded version of the original NieR Replicant. The game was exclusive to Japan as we only got the Gestalt version, featuring the father version of the protagonist instead of the brother version. So in a sense, this is the first time ever most people outside Japan will be experiencing the game.

How Long It Takes to Beat the Nier Replicant remaster?

In NieR Replicant Ver.1.22, compared to the original, the battle system is closer to NieR Automata. The graphics have been improved, and the game is fully voiced. We detailed the main changes in our past coverage.

However, NieR Replicant Ver.1.22 still is the same game as the original. As such, you’ll need around 40 hours, the same amount of time as with the original game, to see all endings and complete the remaster. in Normal difficulty.

With that said, the NieR Remaster has several extra hours of content compared to the original, most notably the Mermaid chapter. Which should give you a few extra hours of gameplay.

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How much time it takes to get the Platinum Trophy?

According to players who got the game earlier than most, who also shared their trophy data, it takes in average 60 hours to get the Platinum Trophy.

Personally speaking, I’ll always point out 100% clearing a game doesn’t necessarily getting the Platinum Trophy. Beating the same monster 100 times with no reward but a trophy isn’t real content in my book. This isn’t the case in NieR Replicant, but sometimes, some Trophy requirements can be extremely time-consuming with no real challenge.

Now that Nier Replicant is out of the way, creative director Yoko Taro is also working on a brand new, “indie” like game. Be sure to check out the mobile game NieR Reincarnation as well.

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