NieR Automata – Dress Module Acquired
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The confusion seems to be coming from the fact that the sources youve linked say that clothing gets damaged as you do. Your clothing only really gets damaged when you self-destruct. As A2, you cannot do this, so the Dress Module will not affect her.
The Dress Module only does anything for 2B and 9S and prevents them from losing their clothes when they self-destruct. 2B loses her entire skirt, while 9S loses his pants when self-destructing without the Dress Module. To illustrate this, I made a couple videos:
When you dont wear the dress module, your clothing gets damaged as you sustain heavy damage. Its most obvious when you use self-destruct as it blows your skirt/pants away. With the module on, your costume never takes any damage.
How do you get the dress module in NieR automata?
Location. Bought from Emil’s Shop along the Resistance Camp route for 10,000G.
2B’s iconic dress can be earned by clearing The Copied Factory, the new 24-player raid. After beating the last boss, three players will randomly get a set of 2B’s clothes. Three sets will drop, so only three lucky players will score the outfit per run.
This can either be through the Yorha DLC or through the costumes players unlock by progressing through the story. From here, head back to the title screen and go to options. Players will then need to scroll down to Wardrobe and the player will now be able to change their costumes from Boy, Adult, Kaine, and Emil.
Basic information. In NieR Automata, you can change the appearance of the characters, but it won’t affect their statistics. This simply means that all clothes in the game world are cosmetic items and thus they only change the appearance of the characters.
All you need to do is purposely self-destruct 2B (or 9S if you’re playing as him). Yes, there really is a self-destruct command that you can execute at any point in the game. Doing this will cause the Nier Automata No Skirt trick.
[the] dress module prevents clothing damage normally if you hit critical her skirt is broken/skimpier but not GONE like if you self destruct.
To unlock this trophy/achievement, position the camera so that you are looking up 2B’s skirt. After a few seconds, she will walk backwards and the camera will pan back up. It is best to do this on a cliff edge or the edge of a building, allowing you to position the camera easily.
The game will hand over the reward after the first battle because even the devs think those challenges are hard. The Flooded City arena will give you the Revealing Outfit for 2B, the Desert arena gives you the Replicant outfit for A2, and the Forest arena rewards you with the new outfit for 9S.
You’ll unlock a battle suit armor for both 2B and 9S at the start of your third playthrough of the game, and these can also be equipped through the Key Items tab in your menu. It’s worth noting that the battle suit doesn’t provide any additional perks or stat boosts either, so clothing changes are purely cosmetic.
One of the things that’s sure to influence people’s first impressions of NieR:Automata is the way the protagonist, 2B, is dressed. To a western audience, however, it looks like 2B is simply the product of straight male sexualization and fetishization.
A guide on all costumes in Nier Replicant Remaster Ver.NieR. Name How to Get Effects NieR (Adult) Default Outfit Unlocked by default during the second story route. None NieR (Young) YoRHa Outfit “9S” Unlocked by downloading the “4 YoRHa” DLC. Usable only during first story route. None.
The four costumes can be accessed by going to the Options Menu of the Title Screen and selecting Wardrobe. You’ll be able to select the YoRHa Type-S (9S) costume for the Boy in Part 1 and the Adult in Part 2 of the game. For Kainé, you’ll have the option of YoRHa Type-B (2B) or YoRHa Type-A (A2).
In NieR: Automata, you can have your controlled androids activate a self-destruct sequence to create an explosion and blow up anything that’s near them. However, self-destructing will also cause your health to fall to critical levels, and you won’t be able to move quickly or attack for a few seconds until you recover.
In order to access the content of this Automata DLC, you first have to have gotten either ending C or D — which means beating the game three separate times. Afterwards the Chapter Select screen becomes avaialble.
The 3C3C1D119440927 DLC is a typically far-fetched title for Square-Enix, but it does make some sort of sense. It stands for 3 costumes, 3 colosseums, 1 dream, and the in-game date of 27 September, 11944.
Trivia. The kanji used to write “YoRHa” in Japanese (寄葉) means “passing leaf.” According to Yoko Taro, the unusual capitalization in “YoRHa” is meaningful, unlike the capitalization of NieR which was done simply to make the logo look more interesting.
2 Answers Finish the Forest Kingdom chapter. Talk to Emil at least once. Run (don’t fast travel) to the abandoned commercial facility. Run about halfway across the bridge back to the City Ruins and check on Emil’s location. Run back into the abandoned commercial facility if he is not on the correct route.
While Emil’s near the Desert Camp, he will sell you plug-in chips. His prices are a little exorbitant, but he does sell useful stuff like Overclock and Vengeance. Talking to him for the first time will also give you access to the side mission that leads you to the Lunar Tear trophy.