Despite the fact that NieR Replicant Remaster is a straight remake of the original version of the game, there is actually a bunch of new content for players to explore. A whole new additional story has been added to the game that features new characters and locations. A new side quest called 15 Nightmares also tasks the player with completing a series of challenging dungeons in order to test their skills in the game.

Another new addition to the game though is the ability to acquire brand new outfits for characters that completely change their look. Kaine, the angry swordswoman and one of the three main characters, has several costumes for the player to acquire during the course of the game. Once the player gets their hand on Kaine’s additional costumes they can alter her appearance whenever they wish from the options menu. This guide shows players how to acquire Kaine’s outfits.


NieR Replicant Remaster: How to Get Kaine’s Outfits

Kaine begins the game with her standard look. Unlike Emil and NieR, Kaine does not have an alternate look to be acquired during the second arc of the game, so instead, she remains exactly the same during the second story route. There are four other alternate outfits that the player can acquire in different ways though. Kaine has two outfits that will resemble android characters from NieR Automata that the player can get by downloading the “4 YoRHa” DLC. The first of these outfits are modeled after main character 2B while the other is based on the other android A2.

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The player can also get two other outfits if they are willing to play through the 15 Nightmares quest. While these optional dungeons are incredibly difficult the player is able to acquire many unique rewards by completing certain dungeons. Both of these alternate costumes are obtained from finishing levels in the dungeons. Kaine’s black-haired Kabuki look will be granted to the player once they have completed the fifth level of the first dungeon. On the other hand, the player can also acquire the battle-ready Samurai outfit for Kaine as well if they can make their way through the fourth level of the second dungeon. All of these costumes can be changed out from the pause menu.

NieR Replicant Remaster can be played on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.

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