Eagle Eggs Location - On the Wings of Eagles - Nier Replicant

Nier Replicant On the Wings of Eagles quest requires you to figure out whereto find Eagle Eggs. That’s a little unfortunate, because Eagle Eggs are one of the rarest materials in the game. To make things even worse, you need these eggs to upgrade certain weapons in Nier Replicant. So, what should you do? Well, in our Eagle Eggs Location – On the Wings of Eagles – Nier Replicant guide, we’ll show you where to find Eagle Eggs, as well as how to farm them.

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Eagle Eggs Location – On the Wings of Eagles – Nier Replicant

Where to Find Eagle Egg Location in Nier Replicant On the Wings of Eagles Quest

To find the Eagle Eggs location in the Nier Replicant On the Wings of Eagles quest, you need to head to the Aerie, and find your way to the platform beneath the Mayor’s house. Here’s how you get there. From the entrance into The Aerie, head across the big bridge to the other side. There will be a ladder on your right, so climb up it. Turn to your left, and you’ll see another bridge leading the opposite way. Cross that bridge, then head down the ladder on your left. Once you reach the bottom, head to the right, and inspect the little glowing thing on the ground next to the building.

After you pick up the Eagle Egg, head back to the tavern and hand it to the quest giver. There’s one more easy step you’ll have to do to complete the quest, but that’s trivial. Now, I’ve seen people say that you should never even go back to the tavern, because Eagle Egg is a very rare material, and you need it to upgrade certain weapons. However, there are other ways to get more eggs, so let’s get into that.

How to Farm Nier Replicant Eagle Eggs

To farm Eagle Eggs in Nier Replicant, go to the Aerie and save at the mailbox. Then, go to the Eagle Eggs location we talked about above, and check the shiny spot again. If it’s not there, or it’s not an egg, reload the save and try again. Rinse and repeat until you have as many eggs as you might need. It’s slow and tedious, but it does work. Side note: yes, you can kill yourself repeatedly and get the same effect but that can lead to you losing items, so I’d advise against this strategy.

Another way to do this is play through the third dungeon of 15 Nightmares. Keep farming it and explore every nook and cranny carefully. You should find more Eagle Eggs locations that way. Again, not the fastest method, but it does work, and it’s arguably less tedious than reloading your save a bunch of times.

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