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Compared to the other quests of NieR: Automata, Yorha Betrayers appears linear at a glance but many players have complained about Yorha Betrayers not spawning. Unable to wrap up the quest and could use some help? In that case, this article is for you. Down below is everything you must keep in mind once it comes to Yorha Betrayers in NieR: Automata.
How To Reach Yorha Betrayers
All in all, the quest Yorha Betrayers require you to eliminate a number of targets. In most of the cases, you should be able to locate the targets by visiting the marked areas. However, if you fail to find the targets, visit the location down below:
- The top of the goliath
- The rooftop of the building where you land on Earth
- Underneath the bridge near the factory
- Near the factory entrance
Note: On occasions, it’s a good idea to fast travel back and forth a few times. Also, if you notice Yorha Betrayers not spawning, you should consider advancing the main storyline a bit.
Common Questions About Nier: Automata
Is Nier: Automata a long game?
On average, Nier: Automata could be completed in 37 hours. That being said, the length of the game depends on playstyle as well. For instance, if you opt to complete all of the side quests and explore everything, the game could take up to 40 hours to complete.
How Many Endings Does NieR: Automata Have?
NieR Automata contains multiple endings and the ending you get is determined by your choices and actions throughout the game. At the moment, 26 endings exist: 9 main endings and 17 sub-endings. You should be able to get main endings by completing the game’s main story while the sub-endings could be unlocked if you meet certain requirements.
Do You Need To Play Nier Before Nier: Automata?
No, you do not need to play Nier before Automata. However, if you play Nier before Automata, you could understand the story and lore better.
What Is The Purpose Of YoRHa?
The purpose of YoRHa is to provide an army to battle the machines and reclaim Earth for humanity. YoRHa was formed as a response to the growing threat of machines whose goal is to wipe out human civilization. YoRHa consists of androids known as “units” that are equipped with advanced weaponry and technology. These units are sent on missions to destroy the machines and their strongholds.
What Happens If I Self Destruct In NieR: Automata?
If you self-destruct in NieR: Automata, your game will end and you have to start from your last save point. Needless to say, you will lose some of your progress.
Why Does 2B Cover His Eyes?
One potential reason why 2B covers his eyes is to protect himself from outside stimuli. By covering his eyes, he is able to reduce the amount of visual data coming in and let him concentrate more on internal thoughts. Additionally, covering his eyes may also be a way for 2B to cope with anxiety or stress. Shielding the eyes gives him a sense of calm and safety.
Tips And Tricks
- Always keep your distance from the enemy. Enemies in the game have a lot of melee attacks that deal some serious damage if they connect. By keeping your distance, you’ll be able to avoid attacks and pick the enemy off from afar. Besides that, you should keep moving. All enemies have attacks that can track your movements so it’s best to stay on the move.
- Remember to break an enemy’s deflector before attacking them. The deflector is a barrier that the enemy uses to block incoming attacks but it can be broken with enough force. If you break the deflector, you could neutralize enemies effectively and efficiently.
- Don’t forget to use your abilities! All of the characters have a special ability that can be used to turn the tide of battle. You’re going to want to use them whenever you get the chance.
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