Nier Replicant Titanium Alloy

Nier Replicant Titanium Alloy is one of the rarest materials in the game, and it drops from one type of enemy only with any reliability. This is a problem, considering that you need the alloy to upgrade one of your weapons, as well as to complete one of the quests. Fortunately, once you know where to get it, you can farm the material to your heart’s content. With all that said, we’ll show you where to find Nier Replicant Titanium Alloy and how to get it.

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Nier Replicant Titanium Alloy

Where to Find Titanium Alloy in Nier Replicant?

To find Titanium Alloy in Nier Replicant, you need to go through the Junk Heap in the second part of the game, when you return to the location. Can’t say any more than that for fear of spoilers. While talking to Gideon, he’ll at one point tell you that giant robots in the B2 part of the Junk Heap. So, head into the dump and take Elevator A to B2. In there, you’ll find a significant number of giant shambling robots that drop Titanium Alloy. The other, smaller robots that dot the Junk Heap also have a chance to drop the Alloy, but so rarely they’re not worth the bother.

Now that you know how to get Titanium Alloy, you might be wondering what you need it for. Well, for one, you’ll need to get three of them to complete the Year 3465 The Junk Heap quest. More importantly, you need the Alloy to upgrade the Beastbain one-handed sword, which is one of a bunch of weapons that you’ll need to get the new Ending E in Nier Replicant ver 1.2247.

So, that’s where you find and how you get Nier Replicant Titanium Alloy. If you need further assistance with the game, we’ve got a bunch of other guides that you might find handy. For example, we’ve written Shark, Rice, Mushroom – Bon Appetit, Bream – Fisherman’s Gambit Part 4, and Fragile Delivery – How to Transport Fragile Package. Plus, we’ve got more coming down the pipeline, so stay tuned!

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