Neptunia Game Maker Timed Gate
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How to Get Through the Ramim Wetlands Timed Gate in Neptunia Game Maker R:Evolution

Ramim Wetlands in Neptunia Game Maker R:Evolution features a gate with a timed switch appearing about halfway through the dungeon. While opening it isn’t necessary for progression, going through it is required for full map and treasure completion.

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Where is the Timed Gate in Ramim Wetlands?

The timed gate is found in the Ramim Wetlands area of Neptunia Game Maker R:Evolution. The initial path will end with a warp point that takes you to a new area to the north. Just to the north of where you appear is a switch, with the gate visible to the west.

However, the gate is timed. Once you press the switch, the gate closes within four seconds. Due to the distance between the switch and the gate, that is not enough time to reach it. Even if you sprint, you will fall short of time.

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How Do You Open the Timed Gate in Neptunia Game Maker R:Evolution?

There is a simple solution to this, which is easy to overlook. Within each dungeon, Neptune can jump on a motorcycle and drive around. However, due to how difficult it can be to navigate dungeons on the bike while enemies are around, it’s easy to forget the bike is always there.

First, clear the enemies from the area near the gate and switch. Stand next to the switch and face the gate. Climb onto the bike using Circle on PlayStation or A on Switch. Even while on the bike, you can still activate switches, so interact with them and immediately accelerate to the gate. The bike should give you enough time to get through without issue.

While the area behind the gate is optional, it is useful for gathering items. To leave and go back to the main path, there is a switch just next to the gate. It’s also timed. But because it’s closer, you can easily stroll back through on foot.

Neptunia Game Maker R:Evolution is out now for PS5, PS4 and Switch.


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