Have you finished NieR: Automata and thought that the hot Android 2B was the only protagonist? That means you have just finished the first end of the game. You’ve played NieR: Automata twice, and know that 9S is also a playable character. Ie NieR: Automata has 2 main characters and 2 endings?
Possessing 5 such endings, NieR: Automata of course has a complex storyline with countless mysteries. Let Gamehub delve into the study to have a general overview of this cult game.
First, you must know that the person behind the NieR: Automata project is Yoko Taro, an eccentric game maker who is also the father of the Drakengard and NieR series. The interesting point is, all three of these games have a close connection, which we will slowly explore in the following sections.
The end of NieR is unclear, but according to NieR’s narrative: Automata, humans have to escape to the moon because an alien species was chased from Earth. That is, we can think of Project Gestalt as “successful”. NieR’s story.
Automata begins with YoRHa, an Android organization founded by humans to reclaim the Earth from the robots created by the alien species. In fact, on Earth, there are still other Androids fighting against the invaders, while YoRHa is an elite force built to support ground forces.
Players will start as 2B, a beautiful but cool Android female. 2B and other Android-type Type Bs are sent to Earth to destroy a giant robot in an abandoned factory. However, all 2B’s teammates were shot down, and only she landed safely. There, she met 9S, an Android with the ability to explore in the form of a young boy.
The 9S said that they will try their best to support 2B in their mission. With the new teammate, 2B defeated the giant robot, with the trade off being both serious wounds. Now, because there is not enough time, 9S has uploaded 2B’s memories to the data bank, so that she can “revive” if accidentally destroyed, and ignore herself. Afterwards, the two decided to destroy themselves to destroy the other recently appeared Goliath robots.