How to Get Nia Xenoblade Chronicles 3

In this guide, we’re going to share all the info we have on how to get Nia in Xenoblade Chronicles 3. However, before we go any further, I have to warn you that there absolutely will be some major SPOILERS in the article. If you want to play through the game, click away now and come back after you’ve completed the main story. Still here? Great. Let’s find out how to unlock Nia as a hero in Xenoblade Chronicles 3.

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how to get nia xenoblade chronicles 3
How to Get Nia Xenoblade Chronicles 3

How to Unlock Nia in Xenoblade Chronicles 3

We can’t say for certain how to unlock Nia in Xenoblade Chronicles 3 and get her as a hero, because we haven’t yet had the time to push far enough through the story. However, there have been some whispers on the Xenoblade Chronicles subreddit that she might actually be unlockable after you complete the main story, that is to say defeat the final boss. This doesn’t end the game completely; you’re still free to explore the world. Apparently, if you go back to the Hall of Serene where you first met Nia, you will get a quest, after which you can use her as one of the playable characters. Again, we can’t confirm this just yet; we’ll update the guide once we know for sure. If we’re wrong, feel free to tell us so in the comments.

So, that’s all we know about how to get Nia in Xenoblade Chronicles 3. One thing we do know for sure is that Nia absolutely is a character in the game; not only that, but her and Melia have a pretty major role in the plot. In fact, they kinda kick-start the whole thing, trying to make a device that would save the two worlds after the merging. Unfortunately, the evil forces of Moebius hijacked their efforts and froze the two worlds, causing all the havoc that you’ve been trying to clean up. It’s really cool to see two beloved characters having come so far in life and being such important players. We’ll let you discover the rest of the details for yourself.

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