Nier Replicant: Where To Get Damascus Steel

Nier Replicant includes The World of Recycled Vessel DLC as part and parcel of the base game, and it can be accessed by interacting with your mother’s diary in your home during your second playthrough. This extra content allows you to earn a further three weapons, which you’ll be needing if you want to get Ending B and the achievement/trophy for upgrading all weapons.

Unlike the other weapons in the game that require a mixture of different upgrade materials, the three weapons obtained from The World of Recycled Vessel all require just one type of raw material — Damascus Steel. You’ll need three Damascus Steel for each weapon, so nine in total. Here’s where you can find some.

Where can I find Damascus Steel?

Damascus Steel can be found once you are in Part Two of the game and have progressed the storyline enough to have been directed back to the Junk Heap. At this point, you will get access to the B2 level of the Junk Heap.

The area you want to travel to is the northern part of the first B2 map where the path snakes round on itself, as shown on the map below.

In this area, you’ll find a lot of crates, but be aware of all of the holes in the floor as you travel around. You won’t die from falling in, but you will lose a chunk of health. There will also be some robot enemies you need to deal with.

You want to break all of the crates in this section as Damascus Steel can appear here. It’s a rare find, so you’re not always guaranteed to get one. However, other rare items that are needed for upgrades can be found in these crates too, such as Amber and Fluorite.

You can travel back up the elevator to the first floor, then return to B2 to make the area respawn and farm through again. Rinse and repeat until you have all the Damascus Steel you need.

Next: Nier Replicant Complete Guide And Walkthrough

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